A Midsummer Night's Dream
In one of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies, all is not well among the Athenians, despite the impending marriage of their Duke, Theseus, to the Amazonian Queen Hyppolyta. Hermia’s father has forbidden her from marrying Lysander, whom she loves, favouring instead Demetrius, the unrequited love of Helena, Hermia’s friend.
When into this clatters the marital disharmony between Oberon and Titania, King and Queen of the Fairies, and a group of players preparing for a performance to the Duke, all stirred by the mischievous hand of Oberon’s aide, Puck, magical chaos ensues.
Monday 30 June - Saturday 5 July at 7:30pm
Matinée Saturday 5 July at 2:30pm
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Paul Beasley
Box Office open: Monday to Friday 10am - until 7.30pm. Saturday 10am until 12 noon or curtain up on matinee days.
Box office 0116 255 1302
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For this LDS play: Adults £13.50.
Concessions £12.00 except Friday and Saturday evenings.
Young Theatregoers tickets (age 16-25)
If there are unsold tickets 'on the day' of this LDS performance, up to 30 will be offered for sale to Young Theatregoers at the bargain price of £5 each. These are only available in person from the box office on production of proof of age (16-25).