A Midsummer Night's Dream

Industrial Bradford, 1920s, where the industrial elite tries to shrug off its gypsy roots. Erstwhile small-time criminal Theseus is to marry Hippolyta to end a local feud. Ambitious Demetrius loves Helena, but has his eyes on a more financial prize, Hermia, who loves the more straightforwardly attractive Lysander.

All want to distance themselves from the travelling community, but it is only through their experiences in the forest that they can undo the love tangles that threaten to ruin their own.

William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is brought to the stage in an adventurous and unique production from Oxford University Dramatic Society for their annual International Tour, in association with Thelma Holt.


Presented by Thelma Holt and Oxford University Dramatic Society

By William Shakespeare

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