Theatre Event

Twelfth Night

The Crescent Theatre Company presents

Twelfth Night

by William Shakespeare

14 - 28 Nov in the Studio at 7.15pm | Matinées: Sun 15 Nov, Sat 21 Nov, Sun 22 Nov & Sat 28 Nov at 2.15pm

A shipwreck separates twins who begin new lives in the land of Ilyria, neither knowing the other’s fate. Disguise and deception, unrequited love and confusion set the scene for Shakespeare’s popular comedy of mischief, madness and infatuation.

Tickets: £11 | £10 Concessions | Sunday 15 Nov Matinée only: £6.00

Schools & Groups Ticket Offer: Tuesday - Thursday £5 | Friday & Saturday £8

To book School/Group tickets please telephone the Box Office on 0121 643 5858, between 10am - 7pm, Monday - Saturday.

Audience reactions:


"Lovely setting, really enjoyed the musical interludes. There were several outstanding performances, particularly the jester Feste whose exuberance and energy along with some wonderful songs made for a really entertaining evening!" T.P.


"Brilliant! Shakespeare really comes to life in the intimate setting of the studio theatre. Bravo to Aguecheek and Sir Toby Belch" L.D.


THE DIRECTOR - COLIN JUDGES


THE COMPANY


ORSINO - Jordan Chilvers
CURIO - Ben Pountney
VALENTINE - Laura East
VIOLA - Rachel Cooper
SEA CAPTAIN/OLIVIAS ATTENDANT/MUSICIAN - Eduardo White
SEBASTIAN - Oliver Johnson
ANTONIO/ORSINOS ATTENDANT - John O'Neill
OLIVIA - Elli Holden
MARIA - Sophie Gray
SIR TOBY BELCH - Les Stringer
SIR ANDREW/AGUECHEEK - Paul Brotherton
MALVOLIO - Hugh Blackwood
FABIAN/MUSICIAN - David Harvey
FESTE/MUSICIAN - Mark Payne
PRIEST/MUSICIAN/OLIVIAS ATTENDANT - Adam Lovelock
OFFICER 1 - Bethany Wyde
OFFICER 2 - Richard Constable
SAILOR /SERVANT/MUSICIAN - Griff Llewelyn-Cook

PRODUCTION TEAM


DIRECTOR & DESIGNER - Colin Judges
PRODUCTION ASSISTANT - Andrew Crocker
SET CONSTRUCTION & PAINTING - Richard Constable,Sophie Reynolds,Sue Haynes & Luke Clift
COSTUMES - Stewart Snape
LIGHTING - Pete Laver
SOUND - Adam Lovelock
PROPS - Emma Kirk
CHOREOGRAPHY - Jo Thackwray
ALL MUSIC COMPOSED, ARRANGED AND DIRECTED BY - Sheila Amman

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