Directed by Dominic Hill, this vibrant production features a multi-talented ensemble, live music and audience interaction.
Two identical twin brothers and their identical servants are separated by a shipwreck. Years later, unknown to each other, they all end up on the same island. Before a celebratory family reunion can happen, a series of wild mishaps and delightful mayhem begins – including baffling encounters, false accusations, wrongful arrests, and a near-seduction.
The Comedy of Errors is also Cindy Awor‘s first production as one of the Citizens Theatre Graduate Actors. This prestigious scheme has been discovering and supporting new talent for over a decade, and we’re thrilled Cindy has been selected.
This Citizens Theatre production had a limited run in Glasgow last year to 5-star reviews, and previews at Beacon Arts Centre (19 – 20 Aug) before touring to Scottish Opera’s Live at No.40 in Glasgow (26 Aug – 3 Sep) and Perth Theatre (7 – 17 Sep).
BSL, Captioned and Audio Described performances are available in Glasgow.
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