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Shakespeare at the castle for just one night

Ben Hamilton
August 21st, 2017

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Something like this, but at a castle (photo: Dimi Talen)

‘Twelfth Night’ is the play the Bard envisages at the end of ‘Shakespeare in Love’.

Twins separated by a shipwreck cross-dress their way back into contact in a comedy that ends with more marriages than ‘Pride & Prejudice’.

And furthermore, it gave us the immortal line “If music be the food of love, play on.”

Paul Stebbing will direct this Shakespeare castle production, which is part of a neverending tour orchestrated by the American Drama Group Europe and TNT Theatre Britain at stunning settings across Europe and beyond.

With only one staging planned for Copenhagen, it’s advised you reserve your tickets sooner rather than later.




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