A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Globe Theatre
April 27 - August 12
Join the fun as Mother Nature envelops Shakespeare’s glorious comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre this summer.
The Story of A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Four disobedient young lovers, a group of ambitious artisan performers, a quarrelling Fairy King and Queen, and a riotously enchanted woodland are all encountered on the eve of Midsummer. What could possible go wrong when the servant of the Fairy King, the mischievous shape-shifting Puck, is instructed to cast spells on everyone?
The new woodland residents are in for a wild and frightening night of love, jealousy and complete uncertainty as nature and human nature are intertwined. However, when the nightmare is finished, will reality return to being a dream by morning?
This version of Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream features Puck played by Michelle Terry, artistic director of Shakespeare’s Globe as Puck, and is directed by Elle While, artistic director of Pentabus Theatre.
Also performing at the Globe this summer is The Comedy of Errors.
When Is It?
27 April to 12 August, 2023
How much are the tickets?
£5 to £68.
For more information
Visit the Globe Theatre’s website.