Presented by the Pop-up Globe Exeter’s Company
Directed by Dr Miles Gregory
Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes (includes 15 minute interval)
“If music be the food of love, play on”
Shakespeare’s finest play is given a wild makeover by award-winning Artistic Director Miles Gregory
Dancing sailors, identical twins, love-sick chemists, shipwrecks and swordfights: are you ready for the madness of Twelfth Night at Pop-up Globe?
This all-singing, all-dancing production takes the energy of Jean Paul Gaultier and mixes it with a love-sick dose of pure madness to transform Shakespeare’s hilarious comedy into a wild romp that will have you dancing in the aisles and singing all the way home.
The last time Pop-up Globe staged Twelfth Night, over 30,000 people packed the Pop-up Globe in a twice-extended, sell-out run that was the talk of the city.
This new production gives Shakespeare’s finest play a wild makeover, courtesy of Pop-up Globe’s multi-award-winning creative team led by Miles Gregory, including extraordinary and eclectic designs by Bob Capocci and a new score by NZ music legend Paul McLaney.
With a strictly limited season of just twelve evening performances, we recommend booking early for this production to avoid disappointment.
To book Twelfth Night school matinees, click here.
Performed by the Exeter’s Company:
Harry Bradley: Sebastian
Rebecca Rogers: Viola
Patrick Carroll: Orsino
Peter Hambleton: Sir Toby Belch
Johnny Light: Sir Andrew Aguecheek
Kate McGill: Maria
Jonothan Martin: Malvolio
Sheena Irving: Olivia
Anatonio Te Maioha: Antonio/Sea Captain
Renaye Tamati: Valentine
Sophie Wright: Curio
Keagan Carr Fransch: Feste