The Comedy of Errors in Cardiff

July 21, 2011

The Comedy of Errors

by William Shakespeare

July 20 – 30

St Fagans: National History Museum

Everyman Theatre Company

Director: Simon H West

Please click here for a full cast list for this production

Separated at birth by shipwreck, two sets of estranged twins unwittingly cross paths in the same seaside resort. Hotly pursued by jealous wives, predatory landladies, dodgy salesmen, and even the odd nun or two, the inevitable mistaken identities lead to wild accusations of theft, infidelity, insanity and demonic possession!

Shakespeare’s earliest and most farcical work makes a welcome return to the Everyman Summer Theatre Festival after 20 years.

Travel with us to sunny Ephesus-on-Sea for a merry-go-round of mayhem and madness in which no one is quite certain who’s who and what’s what!

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