24th and 25th June 2009
Twelfth Night, or ‘What you Will’, is arguably Shakespeare's best-known comedy - an interwoven tale of unrequited love, mistaken identity, merriment, conceit and vanity, intrigue, humiliation and romance.
With such universal themes, Shakespeare appealed to the ordinary people of London, who clattered across the bridges on the Thames to the Globe Theatre when they saw the flag flying, indicating that a performance was about to start.
The ESOC Theatre Group presented Shakespeare's Twelfth Night as a staged, rehearsed reading...
The image used in the poster is in public domain because it is more than 100 years old (copyright expired). It is the image of an engraving by Victorian engraver R. Staines after a painting by Daniel Maclise (1806-1870) relating to a scene from William Shakespeare’s play Twelfth Night showing Malvolio and Olivia.
Cast of Characters
Musicians: Tom Cowell, Ruaraidh Mackenzie
Directed by David Andrews
Stage by Nigel Link
Stage Managing by Henry Walls
Lights and Sound by Stefano de Padova
Production by Daniel Scuka and Bruno Sousa