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Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Cardiff, Oct 2nd

October 1, 2015

A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Produced by Pontardawe Arts Centre
Directed by Derek Cobley

At the Wales Millenium Centre, Friday Oct 2nd, 7.30pm

There is a reason why A Midsummer Night’s Dream is one of the most popular and oft performed of Shakespeare’s comic plays.  It is brimful of fun; lovers galore, interwoven plots and endless twists and turns as mischievous and conspiring fairies lead us on a merry dance through the forest.  It is a quite fantastical piece exploring love, obsession and jealousy and set in a mysterious magical world in which anything can happen.

A superb play for the uninitiated and equally for the Shakespeare enthusiast.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to experience the thrill of Shakespeare’s words as a superb cast of twelve of the finest Welsh actors take us into the forest for the mayhem to commence.

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