Event Update: Due to adverse weather conditions, this event will no longer be taking place outdoors and instead, inside the Elliott Hall.
Summer 2023 will see audiences treated to a laugh-a-minute adaptation of Shakespeare’s riotous comedy, “Twelfth Night”!
Duke Orsino loves Olivia. Viola loves Orsino. What’s Viola to do? Why, disguise herself as a man in order to get close to the Duke, of course!
There’s only one small problem. Oblivious to this, Orsino sends Viola – who he believes to be a man called Cesario - to woo Olivia on his behalf. In true Shakespeare fashion, Olivia immediately falls desperately in love with Cesario and so follows a wild, whirlwind comedy of love triangles, mistaken identities, and the mayhem of love!
Throw in an identical twin, live music, audience participation, and yellow stockings, and you have all the ingredients for an unmissable production.
Multi award-nominated Immersion Theatre have developed a reputation for producing first class, fast-paced adaptations of Shakespeare’s plays. This is Shakespeare as it’s meant to be: interactive, fun, and highly accessible!
A £1 non-refundable booking fee applies per booking transaction online and over the phone
To discuss specific access requirements or to book an access seat for in-person events, please call the Box Office on 020 3773 7161
Covid-19 safety measures are in place at the venue. (please see our 'Covid-19 FAQ's' for more information). All Covid measures are subject to change as per Government guidance.
Immersion Theatre’s summer productions are Open–Air and are performed outside, uncovered. Audience members therefore accept that weather, climate, temperature, light conditions, and various other elements which are out of our control may impact on the performance. Immersion Theatre will not cancel a performance before the advertised start time. Please note: Refunds are not given for the cancellation or abandonment of a show as a result of poor weather, however, exchanges will apply. Exchanges will only apply should a performance be cancelled as a result of the weather before the interval.