A Midsummer Night's Dream 1

    A Midsummer Night’s Dream

    • 21 Sep -
      23 Sep 2021
      21 Sep - 23 Sep 2021

    Due to Covid-19 self-isolation rules, we sadly had to postpone the performances of Out of Chaos’ A Midsummer Night’s Dream on Thu 15 – Sat 17 July.  The event has been rescheduled to Tue 21 – Thu 23 September 2021 and we have contacted all existing ticket holders for the original dates with details of how to transfer their bookings. 

    Director Katrina Bugaj
    Designer Natalie Johnson
    Composer Rob Castell
    Cast Hannah Barrie and Paul O’Mahony

    Love is confusing – especially when there’s magic involved and then a donkey shows up.

    Confused couples compete for the wrong person’s affection.

    Competitive performers try to steal the show.

    Combative fairies battle for supremacy.

    Two actors play them all.

    Following the international success of their hit two-actor Macbeth, Out of Chaos are back to reimagine another Shakespeare masterpiece in their own fast, furious and fantastically funny style.

    Music, magic and laughter guaranteed.

    Paul O’Mahony from Out of Chaos will be leading a masterclass on Thu 23 September as part of our Artist Masterclass programme for South West-based professional artists.

    • RUNNING TIME1hr 20mins
    • TICKETS£12 / £20 (see below)
    • VENUE


    Connect Ticket £12
    We are so happy to be welcoming audiences back and want to make sure people feel able to attend by keeping our prices as low as possible.

    Rebuild Ticket £20
    If you are able to spend a little more, your contribution will support our theatre and the artists and companies with whom we work, as we rebuild our future.

    As we reopen our doors, we know that our audiences will have a variety of feelings and questions about returning to a theatre. We’ve prepared some frequently asked questions here, which we’ll be updating regularly.

    • *****

      "A visual feast - the audience were entranced"

      The Reviews Hub on Macbeth
    • "Astonishing. Meticulous. Flawless."

      Oxford Culture Review on Macbeth
    • "Excels in minimalism. World class"

      Front Row Reviews Utah on Macbeth
    • "Expertly performed and stupidly entertaining"

      The Guardian on Unmythable

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