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A Midsummer Night’s Dream: A Play For The Nation
In 2016, the Royal Shakespeare Company and The Citizens Dream Players take you on a very special Midsummer adventure with a unique production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
The nation’s favourite Shakespeare play is performed as never before; magically intertwining professional and amateur actors, deep in an enchanted wood on Midsummer’s night.
During its tour of the UK, catch the show in Glasgow where local amateur group The Citizens Dream Players will perform with the Royal Shakespeare Company.
A co-production between the Royal Shakespeare Company and amateur companies across the UK. This is an arrangement developed between the RSC and Equity.
- 29 Mar 2016 to 2 Apr 2016
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- 29 Mar 2016 @ 7.30pm
- 30 Mar 2016 @ 7.30pm
- 31 Mar 2016 @ 1.30pm
- 31 Mar 2016 @ 7.30pm
- 01 Apr 2016 @ 7.30pm
- 02 Apr 2016 @ 2.30pm AD & CAP
- 02 Apr 2016 @ 7.30pm
£9.50 - £22.50
£2 online transaction fee applies
Preview: Tue 29 Mar, 7.30pm
Post Show Discussion: Thu 31 Mar, 7.30pm
Signed: Fri 1 Apr, 7.30pm
Audio Described: Sat 2 Apr, 2.30pm
Captioned: Sat 2 Apr, 2.30pm
Guide Dogs welcome
Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Erica Whyman & Guy Hollands
The Citizens Dream Players
David Scanlan - Quince, the Carpenter
Katy Thomson - Snout, the Tinker
Emma Tracy - Starveling, the Tailor
Martin Turner - Bottom, the Weaver
Alistair Wales - Flute, the Bellows Mender
Bill Whiland - Snug, the Joiner
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David Neilson was last seen on stage in as Lucky in ‘Waiting for Godot’ at the Library Theatre Manchester. He plays Roy Cropper in ITV’s Coronation Street.
Chris Gascoyne has appeared a wide range of theatre throughout the UK, most recently as Ray Say in ‘Little Voice’ at the West Yorkshire Playhouse and Birmingham Rep. He played Peter Barlow in Coronation Street.
Deaf Theatre Club Night: Fri 11 Dec
If you are deaf or hard of hearing, we want to make sure you can enjoy the best night out at the Citizens Theatre. Find out more about the Deaf Theatre Club.
Photo by Alex Brady