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Now Showing: A Midsummer Night’s Dream at WOW Bar, Cardiff

February 24, 2015

 

Set in the disco fever of the seventies, this revival of the comedy is fast-moving, and will get you grooving to the sounds of the summer boogie nights. Summer may seem a million miles away but this production will draw you into a dream world of warm summer days, and starry nights where the heady world of the nightclub can make any dream possible. Dazzling and daring, hilarious and vibrant, A Midsummer Night’s Dream offers a spectacular and inspiring interpretation of blind passion, unrequited love, mischief making and meddling. Experience a marriage of Shakespeare’s remarkable language to the disco beat!

Tickets £7 and £5 concessions.
Tickets for both venues are available from the St David’s Hall box office – 029 2087 8444.

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