Tuesday 16th June, 7pm | Suitable for all ages | Approx. 1hr 15mins with no interval
Adapted and Directed by Sarah Slator of This is My Theatre
Antipholus and his slave Dromio are searching for Antipholus’ brother Antipholus, who was lost in a shipwreck. Anitpholus (the one who was lost) also has a slave called Dromio, just to confuse things a little. Then to confuse things a little more, Antipholus and Dromio are the identical twin brothers of Antipholus (the one who was lost) and Dromio, but no-one knows this in Ephasus where they all end up. So you can probably see how people might get confused and mistaken identity could occur…
Join us as we make this chaotic comedy even more outrageous with just 3 actors!
Held in the stunning Arundells garden in the shadow of Salisbury Cathedral. Come early and enjoy a wander around the garden.
The garden will open from 6pm and the performance will start at 7pm.
Please note that this is an outdoor performance come rain or shine, so please do bring the appropriate attire with you as there is no covered area. Picnic blankets and low backed chairs will make your experience far more relaxing and we encourage picnics but we do ask that you please take your rubbish home with you please.
There will be loos available on site but no there is no parking at Arundells, we recommend using city centre car parks or you could book a space in the Cathedral car park.
All tickets are non refundable but you are very welcome to pass them on to friends or family if you are unable to attend. Find more info here.