CITY residents are being invited to enjoy a summer’s evening at the Commandery Gardens as Worcester Repertory Company prepares to stage a production of Shakespeare’s beloved play ‘A Comedy of Errors’.
This year’s performance, from 7.30pm between Tuesday (July 7) and Sunday, July 19 marks the Rep’s ninth performance to avid crowds of picnickers in the stunning outdoor surroundings.
The tale, which features two sets of identical twins and their adventures in mistaken identity, promises to be a light-hearted, fun day out for all.
Each of the Antipholus twins will be played by actors making their debut performances for the Rep, with Sam Patrick taking on the role of Antipholus of Syracuse, and Jamie Kwasnik taking on the role of his twin brother Antipholus of Ephesus.
Wilf Williams also makes his debut as servant Dromeos, as Dromio of Ephesus.
Director Ben Humphrey said: “It’s a play that boasts big characters – and of course a happy ending.
“What more could you want from an evening of theatre? Come along and give it a try – you won’t be disappointed!”.
Ticket prices range from £10 to £15.
Visit www.worcesterlive.co.uk or call 01905 611427 for more information.