A Midsummer Night's Dream - Shakespeare's Enduring Fairy Comedy
Recounting a tale of love, adventure and
mischief-loving fairies, this dream-like offering from the unparalleled English bard is famed across the globe for its intertwining
plot lines and diverse appeal. Best known for the roles of the hapless Puck and arrogant player Nick Bottom, this Shakespearean
hit continues to maintain its status as a theatre favourite amongst audiences and actors alike.
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Dream - From Fairy Royalty to Donkeys
Over 400 years on from its inception, Shakespeare's charming theatrical
comedy remains a staple of British theatre. Taking three different plot lines, the intricate play shows three separate groups
of characters converge over the course of the story. At first, we're met with a complicated love triangle between Hermia,
Lysander and Demetrius, who reside in the realm of Theseus and his Amazon Queen Hippolyta, for whom an acting troupe - including
arrogant actor Nick Bottom - are going to perform. Also residing in the forest are a group of fairies including King Oberon
and Queen Titania. During a quarrel Oberon decides to punish his wife with a potion that will make her fall in love with the
first person - or animal - she sees, but by entrusting this task to the clueless Puck hilarious misunderstandings ensue as
things go awry¿
Touching upon elements from numerous genres within just one 3-hour play, this enduring piece of theatre
is a must-see play from the bard's estimable canon. Catch it live on its latest run by purchasing A Midsummer Night's Dream
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