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The excellent Rain or Shine Theatre Co presenting Much Ado About Nothing at Glastonbury Abbey this evening.
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December to February
March to May
June to August
September to November
Last entry 30 mins before closing
Children: £4.00 (5-15 years)
Children: Free (Under 5 years)
Groups: £6.00 per person for groups of 10+ people (for every 10 paying people the 11th person goes free)
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There are many legends surrounding the once greatest and richest abbey in England. It is said King Arthur and Guinevere were buried at the site, and that Joseph of Arimathea planted the holy thorn nearby.
See the 500-year-old rare ecclesiastical robe found under a medieval pulpit in Othery. It would have been worn by a priest during ceremonies.
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The Abbey offers visits for schools and adult groups. Please contact the Abbey for more information.
The Abbey can assist researchers with enquiries about the collection and local history. Please contact the Abbey for more information.
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