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By William Shakespeare, adapted by Ross Brown

A story of order and disorder, reality and appearance and love and marriage. Theseus, Duke of Athens, and Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons are to be married and great celebrations are planned.


Egeus brings his rebellious daughter Hermia in front of the Duke. Egeus wants her to marry Demetrius but Hermia refuses, because she's in love with Lysander. 

Hermia and Lysander decide to elope that night. They confide in their friend Helena. However, she's secretly in love with Demetrius so, hoping to win his affection, she tells him of Hermia's plan. That night, all four lovers set out into the forest.

Meanwhile, a group of Athenian tradesmen (known as the Mechanicals), led by Peter Quince, are planning to perform a play in celebration of the Duke's wedding. They rehearse The Tragedy of Pyramus and Thisbe in the same forest.

This production included the music of Fleetwood Mac

Shakespeare worked as an actor, writer and co-owner of a drama company called the ‘Lord Chamberlain’s Men’- Later known as the King’s Men.


Ross Brown


Theseus - Richard Forman
Hippolyta - Lizzie Abbot-Davies
Egeus - David Lord
Philostrate - Tim Ball


Hermia - Kate Webb
Helena - Jade Meachin
Demetrius - Ross Arnott
Lysander - Ryan Carroll


Oberon - Richard Cottle
Titania - Diane Owen
Puck - Jake Palmer


Bottom - Rob Creer
Quince - Nicky Shipton
Flute - Simon Carney
Snout - Mel Fox
Snug - Ros Kent
Starvelling - Andrew Stubbs

Cobwebb - Lucy May Cragg
Peaseblossom - Grace Morris
Mote - Sammie Ball
Mustardseed - Lin Bowden
Fairies/Chorus - Charlie Ashpole, Kayleigh Rose, Sophie Cook, Sammy Mountford


Prompt & Directorial Assistant - Maggie Allsopp

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Musical Director - Liam Palmer

Movement Coach/Choreography - Lucy Cragg

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Costumes -  Karen Smith and Kayleigh Rose


Poster design - Ross Brown

Programme - Kate Webb
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