Twelfth Night: Wyeside Art Centre, Builth Wells

October 6, 2010

£6 in advance, £8 on the day, £5 18’s and under

“Shipwrecked and washed-up on the shores of Illyria, Viola disguises herself as a man, heads into town and gets a job with the Duke, Orsino. Her task is to persuade Olivia, the object of Orsino’s unrequited love, to marry the Duke. But instead, Olivia falls for Viola, who of course she thinks is a man. Meanwhile, just to add to the confusion, Viola’s identical twin brother Sebastian turns up in Illyria too…. If you usually have trouble understanding or enjoying Shakespeare, this is the production for you! Love and grief, cruelty and joy, beauty and melancholy are held in perfect balance as The Living Willow Community Company brings their unique and accessible flavour to this favourite and most glorious of Shakespeare’s comedies.”

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