AN all-male Shakespeare ensemble will be staging a special double bill next month. Directed by Edward Hall, the two comedies – The Taming of the Shrew and Twelfth Night – ask the audience to examine what makes happiness. Both plays will be staged at the C
AN all-male Shakespeare ensemble will be staging a special double bill next month.
Directed by Edward Hall, the two comedies - The Taming of the Shrew and Twelfth Night - ask the audience to examine what makes happiness.
Both plays will be staged at the Cambridge Arts Theatre from April 10-14 and explore how being in love with the wrong person reveals true feeling.
The Taming of the Shrew is a surreal and controversial romantic comedy.
It gives an insight into the complex relationship between husband and wife, and Twelfth Night follows a woman whose love for a man is awakened by a woman.
Hall's all-male theatre company is returning to the UK following a five-week international tour that took them to Hong Kong, Australia, and America, and Cambridge is their first stop.
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The plays begin at 7.30pm, and 2.30pm on selected days.
For tickets priced at £10-£20 call the box office on 01223 503333. Save £5 when you book for both shows.
Visit www.cambridgeartstheatre.com for more information.