We are thrilled to welcome back Oddsocks Productions to Kirkleatham Museum and Grounds, who will be performing their take on one of William Shakespeare’s early plays, The Comedy of Errors.
This outdoor performance takes all the journey of a servant and master in search of their long-lost twin brothers. In no time at all they are trapped in a terrifying chain of chaotic events. Tormented by a wild wife, a moody mistress, challenged by a crazy jeweller and damned by a demonic doctor the terrified twosome run headlong into a climactic happy ending which defies all probability.
A summer delight not to be missed!
Tickets: £15 Adult, £12 Under 16’s and Family ticket (2 + 2 or 1 adult/3 children) £50 (+ transaction fee). Tickets are now on sale and can be booked here.
This performance is suitable for children over 9 years of age with an approximate running time of 2.20 hours.
Gates open from 6.30pm with the performance starting at 7.30pm, and remember dress for the weather bring a chair or blanket to sit on, and don’t forget the picnic hamper!
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