Twelfth Night (2012)


The Reviews Hub   *****
“This thoroughly enjoyable and infectiously energetic production benefits enormously from the glorious open air setting of Chester’s beautiful Grosvenor Park”
“the perfect stage for a triumphant piece of Shakespeare at his rib-tickling best”
“Director Alex Clifton mixes the slapstick elements with the more melancholic ones perfectly, succeeding in creating a wonderfully satisfying, yet bitter sweet, evening”
“As the daylight fades, and the temperature drops, Grosvenor Park reveals itself to be a vital element of the production. Melancholia is in the air, and Feste’s heartbreaking final song against the rustling of the leaves on the trees is truly affecting”
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What’s On Stage   ****
“Grosvenor Park in Chester is a delightful setting for Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, a tale of mistaken identity and mischief”
“All the comedy performances are outstanding”
“There’s a lovely community spirit among the audience and theatre staff, which helps to make this an excellent way to experience a high quality theatre production”
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