Comedy of Errors
Love watching theatre productions? Dreamt of seeing something by the Royal Shakespeare Company but never had the chance? Now's your time to finally make your dream come true. The Comedy of Errors, a famous Shakespeare play, is on at the Barbican Theatre of London's West End. And this gorgeous adaptation comes from the world-famous RSC...
This fairytale farce is one of Shakespeare's most famous plays to date. While there have been multiple productions, nothing tops the excellence and quality of the RSCs own version.
All you need to do to catch this number is get yourself some tickets at the Barbican right away. So book them before they're all sold out. To do that, just scroll below and hit the Book Now button.
Comedy of Errors: A Classic Tale that Still Captures Hearts
The Comedy of Errors is one of Shakespeare's finest works and one of the shortest. It is a farcical comedy meant to tickle your bones while giving you a life lesson at the same time.
In reality, it is the story of a father, a wife, and a lonely boy, all with their own twists of fate. As the father gets stuck in a country where the government makes some hasty proclamations, a wife starts realising her husband is a different man. In the meantime, a lonely boy loses his brother and runs into his own problems while trying to find him.
This tail is ridden with confusion and uncertainty and is undoubtedly a modern take on Shakespeare work. With the Royal Shakespeare Company's name attached to this Barbican Theatre production, you're sure to be swept off your feet.
Cast and Creative Team of ‘Comedy of Errors’
With the RSC taking the reigns of this play, you wouldn't expect anything less than perfection with this production. And the brilliant cast and crew assure you that you don't get anything other than it.
The legendary Philip Breen directs the performance. His work comes to life thanks to the one of a kind lighting from Tina MacHugh and set design by Max Jones. Thanks to the music by Paddy Cunneen and sound design by Dyfan Jones, the entire play promises to mesmerise you and leave you wanting more.
Realising the efforts of this fantastic creative team is an array of stars like Toyin Ayedun-Alase, Jonathan Broadbent, Antony Bunsee, Guy Lewis, Dyfrig Morris, Hedydd Dylan, William Grint, Zoe Lambert, Greg Haiste, Avita Jay, and several other reputed artists.
To see this outstanding performance by such talented actors and crew members, you must book a ticket before it's too late. So click the Book now button right away!