by William Shakespeare
Directed by Sarah Branston
Thursday 5th January 2017 – Sunday 8th January 2017 AND Wednesday 11th January 2017 – Saturday 14th January 2017
Originally a Catholic holiday, at the time of Shakespeare the twelfth night after Christmas had become a day of revelry and naughtiness below stairs. Servants often dressed up as their masters, men as women and so forth. This play, full of comic characters and joyful love and laughter, is a comedy for all ages and the most perfect introduction to Shakespeare for a young audience. Xmas trees, carol singing, snow and cross-dressing – quite simply, it’s SHAKESPEARE’S best PANTO!