Next Productions: Twelfth Night (Summer 2020)

The Shakespeare at The George 2020 summer production

Twelfth Night – directed by Charlotte Maylor.

The production will be performed in the courtyard of The George Hotel, Huntingdon and runs from Tuesday June 23rd – Saturday 4th July 2020 (with a break on Sunday 28th June).  Tickets will go on sale from March 1st 2020.

Twelfth Night is a fast-paced romantic comedy with several interwoven plots of romance, deception, mistaken identities and practical jokes. 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 causes even more confusion, chaos and comedy.

Twelfth Night Cast:
GEORGIE BICKERDIKE – VIOLA

REBECCA GILBERT – OLIVIA

PAULA INCLEDON-WEBBER – MARIA

ASHTON CULL – SIR TOBY BELCH

RICHARD BROWN – SIR ANDREW AGUECHEEK

LYNNE LIVINGSTONE – MALVOLIA

RYAN COETSEE – FESTE

BETHAN WILLIAMS – MISS FABIA

CARL PERKINS – COUNT ORSINO

LOUISE WEST – VALENTINE, SERVANT 4

SERENITY TWINN – CURIO, SERVANT 3, 2ND OFFICER

OLIVER WYATT – SEBASTIAN

JORDAN WHITE – ANTONIO, SEA CAPTAIN

MAGGIE REDGRAVE – PRIEST, SERVANT 2

KERRY MACCUAIG – 1ST OFFICER, SERVANT 1

6 responses to “Next Productions: Twelfth Night (Summer 2020)”

  1. Avatar marsha drury says:

    how do i book tickets please

  2. Avatar Andrew says:

    I am interested to see that there is a break on 31 June!

    “Thirty days hath September . . .”

    I look forward to it. I first met the Dream at Huntingdon Grammar School, not far from the George, in September 1963!

    • Avatar Reuben Milne says:

      Glad to hear it – and thanks for feeding back about the slight error in performance dates. You are, of course, right that there is no show on Sunday 30th – rather than Sunday 31st. Consider it changed!

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