STAMFORD Shakespeare Company’s summer season opens with Twelfth Night on Monday, June 4.
Shakespeare’s finest comedy is a merry tale of unrequited love, shipwrecked twins, mistaken identity and drunken revels. The comical love triangle of Olivia. Orsino and Viola who is disguised as a boy, is further complicated by the arrival of her twin brother Sebastian. In addition, the hilarious antics of the roguish drunkard, Sir Toby Belch, the foppish fool Sir Andrew Aguecheek and the sanctimonious puritan Malvolio, will amuse, delight and entertain.
The company’s season runs from June to September at Rutland Open Air Theatre in Tolethorpe, and two further plays, Henry IV Part 1 and The Three Musketeers, will be performed on various dates throughout the summer.
For more information and to book tickets, call 01780 753133 or visit the website.