Twelfth Night

Devonshire Park Theatre 25-29th March

Filter Theatre Company’s rock ‘n’ roll production of Twelfth Night brought Shakespeare BACK to life in inimitable style. The performance was a wild party on and off the stage! Fully immersive and interactive: utterly unique and unmissable entertainment.

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On the strange island of Ilyria nothing is what it seems, and no-one is who they say they are. Star-crossed lovers are crossed and crossed again as illusion and deception make fools of all those who would woo. Yet for others, life is just one big night out!*

Music is the food of love in this production, where the stage looks like it’s set up for a band to play a gig and the boundaries between actors and audience are blurred.

It’s raucous and raunchy; unpredictable, yet tender – and you may well never experience anything like it again!

*It would be a good idea to brush up on a plot synopsis of Twelfth Night before heading off to see this play.

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2 thoughts on “Twelfth Night

  1. We see that you haven’t put up any posts since this one Sally, we sincerely hope you haven’t given up on blogging, as your articles & insights would be greatly missed by us. Anyway, we’ll just take the opportunity here to wish you a very peaceful and a very happy Easter. Blessings….SRTB.

    1. Hello, Happy Easter! Thanks for noticing and taking time to get in touch. I’m in a period of growth, transition, transformation and reflection at the moment. I’m assimilating lots of challenges and changes to my beliefs and understanding but will be writing again when the Spirit bears fruit in me. Much love 🙂

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