Twelfth Night - June 2014
Duke Orsino is in love with Lady Olivia, but she's not interested. However, when she meets 'Sebastian', she changes her mind. Unfortunately for Olivia, 'Sebastian' is really Viola, who has been shipwrecked and is only pretending to be a boy. To make matters worse, Viola has fallen for Orsino. Meanwhile, Olivia's uncle, Sir Toby Belch, and his friend, Sir Andrew Aguecheek, Maria the maid, Feste the jester and Fabian, a servant, plot to make a fool out of Malvolio, Olivia's head steward, which only adds to the comic confusion. Finally, Viola's twin brother, who really IS Sebastian, arrives and Viola's true identity is revealed - but how will Olivia and Orsino react to the news?
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The production will be directed by Vernon Keeble-Watson, well known to audiences as a regular director and performer with many local theatre companies, including The New Venture Players, Kytes Theatre Group and Romford Summer Theatre. He is keen to bring a new dimension to the production by setting it in the 1670s and featuring music by Purcell as well as live songs, which will hopefully be played and sang by members of the cast!
The play will be staged at The Rockery, Raphael Park, Romford at 8pm on 19-21 and 26-28 June 2014. The group are also staging a family matinee performance at 3pm on Sunday 22 June 2014.
Tickets cost £10 (£8 concessions) and can be booked online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/event/48350.
Tickets and Concessions
An open air production at The Rockery, Raphael Park, Main Road, Romford, RM2 5NT (Access via Parkway entrance).
Tickets cost £10 (£8 concessions) and can be purchased in advance, or bought on the door. An additional £2 discount is available for Friends of RST members on their individual ticket purchase.
Tickets for our shows can be purchased from our online Box Office, or on the door. Tickets ordered through our website are sent out by email and you will need to bring a copy of the email with you when you attend.
Concessionary rates are available to the following groups:
AccessibilityRaphael Park is a public space with a number of pathways which are accessible to wheelchair users. However, the public toilets are not always accessible and the situation is currently more problematic than usual, as regeneration works are currently being undertaken in the park, which has resulted in some pathways being taken out of service.
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In addition to being first to hear news of our upcoming events and activities, members of our 'Friends of RST' scheme receive an additional £2 discount off the price of their tickets. Joining is easy - just visit the Friends of RST page to find out more!