Directed by Alice Purcell & Ian Guy
Was performed 6th - 10th December 2016
Separated from her twin brother Sebastian in a shipwreck, Viola disguises herself as a boy, calls herself Cesario, and becomes a servant to the Duke Orsino.
He sends her to woo the Countess Olivia on his behalf, but the Countess falls in love with Cesario.
Meanwhile Olivia’s uncle, Sir Toby Belch, gets drunk with his friend Sir Andrew Aguecheek and they play a trick on Malvolio, Olivia’s steward.
Eventually Sebastian turns up and after a bit of confusion, chaos and comedy all is restored.
Set against a 1920’s gangster background and pulsating with the sounds of the era we, once again, put our very own slant on the Bard.
|Orsino, Duke of Illyria||Alex Pierre-Traves|
|Curio, gentleman attending on Duke Orisino||Jamie Rae|
|Valentine, gentleman attending on Duke Orsino||Joe Shannon|
|Viola, sister of Sebastian||Jenny Nash|
|A Sea Captain, a friend of Viola||Brian Lawless|
|Sir Toby Belch, Uncle of Olivia||Doug Thomson|
|Maria, Olivia's waiting woman||Kaitlin Nixson|
|Sir Andrew Aguecheek, a friend to Sir Toby||Danny Dowling|
|Olivia, a rich countess||Freya Robinson|
|Feste, a clown in Olivia's house||Ella James|
|Malvolio, steward to Olivia||Dom Latarche|
|Antonio, able seaman, friend of Sebastian||Jahgo Williams|
|Sebastian, brother of Viola||Jonny Robinson|
|Fabiano, assistant steward to Olivia||Jake Lee|
|First Officer||Sarah Newell|
|Second Officer||Stephen Sadler|
|Wreck Survivor||Chloe Lamb|