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A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Cardiff

July 2, 2011

Open Air Theatre

The Lord Chamberlain’s Men present
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Thursday 30 June – Saturday 2 July

Young lovers. An oppressive father. A forced marriage. A troupe of grandiose amateur players. Add into this mixture an enchanted forest, a fairy king and queen and a mischievous sprite and you have a recipe for a comedy that has been delighting audiences for hundreds of years!

Castle Grounds
A Cardiff Festival event

No increase in ticket prices!

Early Bird Saver
Tickets must be booked by Wed 29 June

Adults: £12.50
Children: £8.50
NB: No discounts for seniors or students

Tickets on the night

Adults: £15.00
Children: £10.00

Cardiff Castle
Tel: 029 2087 8100
www.cardiffcastle.com

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