The Swan Theatre Company presents

Twelfth Night

By William Shakespeare

Directed by Ian White

Monday 14th - Saturday 19th September 2015

TICKETS NOW ON SALE TO THE PUBLIC

'If music be the food of love...'

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jFNzeT7R_g

 

Twelfth Night is Shakespeare's best-loved comedy. Twins, Sebastian and Viola become separated when shipwrecked off the coast of Illyria, each believing the other to be drowned.

It's set in Illyri with romantic and comic turns and twists between the twins and the Countess Olivia in mourning, Malevolio in his yellow stockings, Toby Belch inebriated and Duke Orsino in love.

'Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them'.

Very funny... 

Doors open 7:15pm, show starts 7:45pm.

 

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