PurpleCoat Productions present Twelfth Night on Tour at Calderstones Mansion
We simply can't get enough of Shakespeare here at The Reader Organisation, and after the marvellous Much Ado About Nothing by Shakespeare's Globe a couple of months ago we're thrilled to have another fabulous company join us at Calderstones Mansion House Garden to give us their version of one of the Bard's other classic comedies.
PurpleCoat Productions is a film and theatre group based in the North West of England, creating innovative, exciting and exhilarating work to local and national audiences. With support coming from Stephen Fry, Sir Ian McKellen and working alongside the Royal Shakespeare Company, PurpleCoat are definitely certified to tackle the Bard's plays, with previous performances including Titus Andronicus and Romeo and Juliet, and we're very pleased that they'll be bringing Twelfth Night (or What You Will) in their first touring production to Calderstones on Friday 5th September. If you weren't lucky enough to get tickets to the recent Everyman version then it's the perfect opportunity to see the play performed by a talented local cast in beautfiul surrounding perfect for Shakespeare.
Twelfth Night on Tour will be whistle-stop, performing in 6 different cities over 6 nights, so it's bound to be an energetic and thrilling ride. The show is already underway as casting decisions have been made and rehearsals are going ahead. You can stay up to date with all of the behind-the-scenes action as it happens from PurpleCoat on the Twelfth Night on Tour blog, with lots of fascinating insights already up...: http://twelfthnightontour.wordpress.com/
And to whet your appetite even more, check out the fabulous trailer below:
Twelfth Night on Tour plays at Calderstones Mansion House Garden on Friday 5th September. Tickets cost £10 (£8 concessions) and are available to buy at Calderstones Mansion House or via The Reader Organisation website: http://www.thereader.org.uk/events/purplecoat-productions-presents-twelfth-night
Please note: there is a £1.20 booking fee for online bookings.
The performance will be held outdoors, so please bring along suitable waterproof clothing and a chair or blanket to enjoy the performance to its full potential.
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