by William Shakespeare - BELL SHAKESPEAREBuy Tickets
2 hours 40 minutes (including interval)
Recommended for ages 12+.
No filming or photography permitted.
And now let’s go hand in hand, not one before another
Dromio of Ephesus, Act 5 Scene 1
Shipwrecked and separated 25 years earlier, two sets of long-lost twins miraculously find themselves in the same city on the same day. What could possibly go wrong?
The Comedy of Errors is a hilarious romp of swapped identities, misguided love, mistaken imprisonment and chaotic mishaps, leading to an unbelievably crazy day for bumbling twins.
At the heart of this tale of comedic misfortune is an old man searching for his lost children who has found himself in the fight of his life…to save his life. As far-fetched coincidences unfold, chaotic hilarity ensues and a man’s life could be saved — if only everything would go to plan.
Directed by Janine Watson (Romeo and Juliet, Ensemble Theatre’s Unqualified) this is a beautiful story about reunion, wrapped up in an evening of entertainment and laughter.
After a day of mistaken identity leading to unfair thrashings, wrongful arrests and false charges of infidelity, robbery, madness and even demonic possession, can the twins possibly reunite and live happily ever after?
This project has been assisted by the Australian government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.
Concessions available for Pensioners, Seniors, Health Care Card holders and Full Time Students.
Companion Cards accepted. Please advise at time of booking if you require any specific seating requirements (front row only, wheelchair accessibility) or hearing enhancement facilities.
No Babes in Arms.
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