The Winter’s Tale currently in Cardiff, inc. BSL

June 13, 2015


[Missed this in my heads up about performances in South Wales]

Taking Flight Theatre presents

The Winter’s Tale

William Shakespeare

Directed by: Elise Davison

BSL translation by: Sami Thorpe and Stephen Collins

‘If this be magic, let it be an art lawful as eating’

Shakespeare’s romantic tragi-comedy is a story of loss, repentance, love and reconciliation, and is brought to you this summer in true Taking Flight style.   . Join the party at a lively jazz club where toe tapping original music might even get you dancing- then watch as jealousy destroys this vibrant world, leaving it devoid of promise and in a state of eternal winter. Don’t despair; you’ll be whisked over the sea to a place where music, love and plenty of laughter can heal these tragic wounds.

Dress to impress but wear your outdoor shoes – this is a travelling production.

All performances are relaxed and are BSL (British Sign Language) supported.


Thompsons Park, Canton, Cardiff

Thursday 11th June 6.30pm

Friday 12th June  6.30pm

Saturday 13th June 2pm and 6.30pm

Sunday 14th June  2pm and  6.30pm

Wednesday 17th June 6.30pm

Thursday 18th June 12pm and 6.30pm


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