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Twelfth Night in Cardiff @ShermanCymru

March 30, 2014

 

Dates:        1 & 2 April
Prices:

£15 – £22
Concessionsu: £2 off
Under 25s: Half price

Two worlds collide in Filter’s explosive new take on Shakespeare’s lyrical Twelfth Night. Olivia’s melancholic, puritanical household clashes head on with Sir Toby’s insatiable appetite for drunken debauchery.

Orsino’s relentless pursuit of Olivia and Malvolio’s extraordinary transformation typify the madness of love in Illyria: land of make-believe and illusion.

This story of romance, satire and mistaken identity is crafted into one of the most exciting and accessible Shakespeare productions of recent years. Experience the madness of love in this heady world where riotous gig meets Shakespeare.

(Do get in touch if you would like to post a review of this production)

Find out more here.

 

Read a review here.

 

 

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