Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare

UK tour, July - September 2021

In the fantastical kingdom of Illyria, a lovesick Duke Orsino pines for the Lady Olivia. After a terrible shipwreck, the enterprising Viola disguises herself as a boy (as you do… well… in Shakespeare anyway!) and, calling herself Cesario, gets embroiled in a classic love triangle with some spicy mistaken identity thrown in for good measure:

Viola loves Orsino who loves Olivia who loves Viola who she thinks is Cesario who Orsino thinks he might also love and is now terribly confused…

Underscoring all this is the funniest sub-plot in literature — the crafty conspiracy to bring down the pompous and supercilious Malvolio — who also happens to love Olivia…

Raucous and rousing, this is a production to be embraced for its farcical physicality and audacious alliteration!

“Wonderful show… Hilarious and very entertaining”

“Most enjoyable performance”

“I thoroughly enjoyed experiencing the delightful fun of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night and now look forward to your company visiting again next year.”

“We thoroughly enjoyed tonight's performance of Twelfth Night. Well done to all the cast for the lively and fun entertainment”

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Crowd and Olivia
Malvolio cross gartered
Box Tree and Malvolio
Sir Toby and Sir Andrew at the gates
Maria Feste Malvioio and Sir Toby
Crowd in evening sunshine
Sir Toby and Sir Andrew
Maria Feste Malvioio and Sir Toby
Sir Toby and Feste trick Viola into a duel
Duke Orsino and Antonio
Crowd and clubhouse

Director — Heather Simpkin
Cast (in order of appearance)

  • Feste — Ross Telfer
  • Viola — Chloe Knight
  • Sebastian / Sir Toby — Conor Cook
  • Antonio / Malvolio — Jack Harding and Samuel Ranger (alternate)
  • Duke Orsino / Maria / Captain — Sally Sharp
  • Olivia / Sir Andrew — Kelly Lambert and Isabel Crowe (alternate)

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We're very grateful for the kind support of Goyals of Maidenhead for supplying some of our costumes.