"There’s not a man I meet but doth salute me
As if I were their well-acquainted friend"
Every evening (except Sunday) at 7.30pm St John’s College Gardens
(entrance via Queen's Road only)
Shakespeare’s brilliant farce of mistaken identity and slap-stick frivolity is set in the superb setting of St John’s College gardens. Antipholus (of Ephesus), with his servant Dromio, think their twin brothers (also called Antipholus and Dromio) have been drowned at sea many years earlier. But Antipholus (of Syracuse), with his servant Dromio, come ashore, with neither knowing the other exists. The locals constantly confuse the pairs (even including Antipholus’ wife!) and the comedy of errors ensues. Don’t miss this fast-paced and sparkling production.
This superb cast hurl themselves into the sheer absurdity, never allowing the pace or energy to drop once, and skilfully work the audience into a wheezing, gut-busting lather… delivering more laughs per minute than Ken Dodd on speed. The only error here would be to miss it
Special Charity Performance
A special charity performance of The Comedy of Errors will be held on Saturday 4 August 2018 at 2.30pm. Tickets for these performances are only available on the door and payment is by cash only. More information about charity performances