Enjoy some of Shakespeare's finest work in beautiful surroundings as Regent's Park Open Air Theatre stages a beguiling production of Twelfth Night.
Deceptively simplistic, this magical work tells the story of confusion and mistaken identity. Chaos ensues when a shipwrecked Viola believes her twin brother to be dead. Pretending to be a boy, she ends up as a servant and unwittingly becomes the centre of a tangled and complex love story.
With marriages proposed and characters not being who they claim to be, all the elements are in place for a classy, farcical love story. Brimming with wit, this production is packed with music and laughter and is guaranteed to bring cheer to audiences of all ages; with children as young as six encouraged to attend.
- Max Webster