Propeller return following last year's success of Henry V
One of Shakespeare's best loved comedies of love and confusion, Twelfth Night tells a twisted tale of mistaken identity, transformation and deception. With a man playing a girl disguised as a boy, illusion and reality are almost indistinguishable on Propeller’s island of Illyria. Dark and delightful, the play asks ‘What happens when you fall in love with the wrong person?’ and the answer is both beautiful and bittersweet.
Returning following the huge success of Henry V last year, Propeller is an internationally renowned all-male Shakespeare theatre company. Led by Director Edward Hall, they combine a rigorous approach to the text with wild enthusiasm and an exciting, physical aesthetic.
“This isn’t just Shakespeare – this is rock and roll” DAILY EXPRESS on Henry V and The Winter’s Tale
“Fresh physical and utterly modern” THE INDEPENDENT on Richard III
“I’ve decided never to miss a Propeller show again” THE TIMES on Henry V and The Winter’s Tale
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Edward Hall
Tuesday, November 13, 2012 - 19:45 to Saturday, November 17, 2012 - 20:00
Tue - Thur eve 7:45pm
Fri & Sat eve 8pm
Thur & Sat mats 2:30pm
Running time; 2 hrs and 43 mins including a 20 min interval
Tickets from £15.00
Supper and a Show offered on eve perfs; call Box Office to book.