by William Shakespeare, director Heather Fairbairn.Sorry you missed this event…
Princess Theatre, Launceston
Approx 2 hours & 30 minutes (including interval)
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by William Shakespeare, director Heather Fairbairn.
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We regret to inform you that this event has been cancelled.
A message from our friends at Bell Shakespeare is below:
'Dear Ticket Holder
We are disappointed to advise that due to company illness (COVID), Saturday's performance of Bell Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night has been cancelled.
Whilst the Bell Shakespeare Company have a range of contingency and risk mitigation strategies in place, unfortunately, they have exhausted all options and have no choice but to cancel on this occasion.
We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience.
Bell Shakespeare Company'
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Viola is shipwrecked and believes her twin Sebastian lost to the ocean. Washed up in a strange new land, determined to survive, Viola disguises herself as a man named Cesario and finds work with Duke Orsino, only to fall head over heels in love with him. But Orsino is in love with Olivia, who – grieving for her brother – refuses all offers of romance. Until, that is, she meets Cesario for the first time. A whirlwind of passion ensues, leaving no one unaffected, not even Olivia’s prudish housekeeper Malvolia, played by Jane Montgomery Griffiths (A Midsummer Night’s Dream).
Featuring all-new music by Sarah Blasko, Heather Fairbairn’s fresh retelling of Shakespeare’s romantic comedy is a dark collision of hidden identities and unrequited love.
'“Bell Shakespeare has mastered the art of presenting Shakespeare in a manner that is accessible to the modern-day audience, while still endearing those who love the tradition."
"Bell Shakespeare – arguably the best Shakespearean theatre company."