Results tagged “shakespeare”
A Midsummer Night's Dream
For such a fantastical production as this collaboration of Bristol Old Vic and Handspring Puppet Company, director Tom Morris still finds moments to be very literal.
Jubilee Park will become the open air stage for Shakespeare and a Beatrix Potter tale when Outdoor Theatre Season comes to Canary Wharf this week.
Pack a picnic and immerse yourself in a programme of free outdoor shows among the trees, where you can watch a play from Samuel Beckett and laugh out loud at The Comedy Of Errors.
A play penned by Deptford's most famous son and a traditional tragedy turned on its head are set to dominate Greenwich's stage this spring.
And if you're a regular at the Crooms Hill venue, you'll be forgiven for a sense of deja vu during the next couple of weeks.
A Midsummer Night's Dream, Greenwich Theatre.
Take a step out of the schoolroom into a magical land of the forest for a rip-roaring comedy to kick-start the autumn season at Greenwich Theatre.
Fresh from a month-long stint at the Edinburgh Festival, the Custom/Practice company will bring its unique take on Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream back to the London stage.
The lively, humourous production transports the audience from a grim, inner-city classroom to the fantastical world of woodland, where the mischievous fairy Puck plays havoc with four lovers, while the fairy queen Titania falls in love with the foolish Bottom.
The Two Noble Kinsmen
IN A NUTSHELL
This is a witty and skillful production of one of the Bard's minor works, writes Edward Hamer