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A Midsummer Night's Dream

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A Midsummer Night's Dream

Director - Eric Loren
Fight Coach - Jonathan Leverett
Costume Supervisor - Hannah McMahon-Major
Production Supervisor- Adam Burns
Movement Coach - Vanessa Ewans
Voice Coach - Claudette Williams
BA (Hons) Acting Course Leader - Nick Moseley

Creative Team - BA (Hons) Theatre Practice Students

Assistant Director - Sean Carbert
Set Designer - Charlotte Maggs
Costume Designer - Cara Evans
Lighting Designer- Harry Owen
Sound Designer - Molly Linfield 

Production Team - BA (Hons) Theatre Practice Students

Stage Manager - Alexa Zetzsche
Deputy Stage Manager - Ellie Coult
Assistant Stage Managers - Connor Hill & Chloe Wilson 
Props Buyer - Suzie Dubowski
Production Manager - Daniel Steward
Assistant Production Manager - Andy Wroe
Chief LX - Lewis Watson
Deputy Chief LX - Megan Curson
Programmer - Jack Harris
Production Sound Engineer - Jack Baxter
Dressers/Running Wardrobe - Hannah Fekete & Maizie Hardy
Stage Crew - Edward Callow, Oliver Chapman, Lucy Mewis, Amy Newall, Sebastian Taite-Ellis

Performed by BA (Hons) Acting, working alongside students from the BA (Hons) Theatre Practice

The planets are swinging around at all times, and their movements affect us all in different ways. All planets go retrograde, but Mercury’s journey seems to impact people much more than any other. Romance tends to go haywire. Couples tend to create miscommunications that in turn can cause a domino effect of errors. This means holding off on signing contracts and forming partnerships and alliances, especially getting married!

Theseus disgruntledly agrees (mostly due to Hippolyta’s consternation and her astrologer’s panicked foreboding) to wait four days until these planetary effects have resolved, but unbeknownst to them, the spirit world is already going haywire.

First performed in around 1596, Shakespeare’s comic fantasy of four lovers who find themselves bewitched by fairies is a sly reckoning with love, jealousy and marriage. For centuries it has been one of Shakespeare’s most beloved plays.


Wednesday 12 - Saturday 15 June, 7:30pm

Friday 14 - Saturday 15 June, 2:30pm

Location: Embassy Theatre, Central.

Other information

NB: Tickets are non-refundable. Please check in with the box office 15 minutes prior to the start of the show where you will receive an entrance token.

Proof of eligibility is required for all concessionary rate tickets.

The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama is fully wheelchair accessible, please speak with our box office team on 02077228183 if you have any further enquiries.



Booking: boxoffice@cssd.ac.uk
020 7722 8183

Event price

Tickets: £10/ £5 concessions. Complimentary tickets: industry and associated professionals

Event dates

12 Jun 2019 - 7:30pm to 15 Jun 2019 - 2:30pm