This year it is marking its 60th anniversary with a series of events throughout Huntingdon and the surrounding area. Along with the group's regular summer production, which is selling our faster than ever this year, the celebrations have included a specially commissioned play, as part of The Bridge Arts Festival, which was written by SaTG actor and director Lynne Livingstone. The one act play, called Shakespearean is based on all the popular plot devices used throughout Shakespeare's plays, was formed from lines from all 37 plays. SaTG also commissioned Huntingdon-based master lego builder, Mike Addis, to create a scale model of The George Hotel - complete with a sell-out crowd of Lego figurines watching the group perform one of its open-air Shakespeare plays in the courtyard. Measuring 6 foot x 4 foot x 3 foot, the finished masterpiece took Mike two months to build and used approximately 250,000 individual Lego bricks, including 200-plus Lego figurines to represent the audience, cast and crew. This will stay at The George until the end of our summer production. A book, written by three of SaTG archivists, is due to be launched at the end of this month, celebrating 60 years of Shakespeare at The George, with details of how things began and looking at all the plays that have been performed since 1959.