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Shakespeare in Shaftsbury was a run of plays by William Shakespeare staged on Shaftesbury Avenue in London by the Louise Van Hawe Shakespeare Production Ensemble as part of the Soho Play Summer Art Festival in 1997.
- As You Like It (unknown run)
- The Comedy of Errors (unknown run)
- A Midsummer Night's Dream (unknown run)
- Twelfth Night (August 1997 - September 1997), adapted by Nicholas Saunders
- Coriolanus (October 1997 - November 1997)
Behind the scenes
- The name of Shaftesbury Avenue is misspelled as "Shaftsbury" on the prop movie poster featured in the film.
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (Mentioned on a poster)