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Twelfth Night in Cardiff @RWCMD

December 2, 2013

Wed 4 December – Sat 14 December 7.30pm
Preview Tues 3 December 7.30pm
Matinees Fri 6 & Wed 11 December 2.30pm

By William Shakespeare
Richard Burton Company directed by George Perrin

Cesario is actually Viola – Viola loves Orsino but Orsino loves Olivia – Olivia loves Cesario who, you might remember is actually Viola. Confused? Mistaken identity and unrequited love flow through the play’s topsy turvy plot making it one of Shakespeare’s best loved comedies.

Venue: Richard Burton Theatre

Tickets: £10, £8 concessions (Preview £8, £6 concessions)
Age guidance 14+ – ask the box office for details
No performances Sun or Mon
Events booked online are subject to a £1.75 transaction charge

Find out more here.

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