A Second Thoughts Drama Group Production

Twelfth Night

Directed by: Amanda Laidler

One of Shakespeare’s most famous comedies, Twelfth Night is filled with cases of mistaken identities- and gender- as twins Viola and Sebastian are split up after a shipwreck. While Viola decides to cross-dress to find work within high society, Sebastian tries to find Viola- only to be constantly mistaken for her, all while the courtiers Orsino and Olivia and their servants get their wires crossed in love. This production will be set in the 1960s – a decade of new freedoms, peace, funky fashion trends, and great music. A decade when man first stepped on the moon. A decade when anything seemed possible!

It runs between the 3rd and 6th July at The Bear Pit, and on the 14th July the performance at New Place is by arrangement with the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, which cares for the Great Garden of New Place.

Tickets are £14 (£12 concession)
and can be booked at https://secondthoughts.org.uk/bookings/,
by calling 03336663366,
or on the door from one hour before the performance.