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A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare 11th - 21st July 2012

PUBLISHED: 14:49 26 April 2012 | UPDATED: 21:18 20 February 2013

A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare 11th - 21st July 2012

A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare 11th - 21st July 2012

A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare<br/><br/>Wednesday 11th – Saturday 21st July 2012<br/><br/>In the open air at Hamptworth Lodge, Hamptworth, <br/><br/>Nr Landford, SP5 2EA

The Maskers Theatre Company


angela.maskers@btinternet.com 0788 1426975 www.maskers.org.uk


A Midsummer Nights Dream by William Shakespeare


Wednesday 11th Saturday 21st July 2012


In the open air at Hamptworth Lodge, Hamptworth,


Nr Landford, SP5 2EA


Matinee performances Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th July at 4pm


(no evening performance 14th and 15th July; no performance on Monday 25th July)


Director : Ken Hann


Take a defeated Amazon Queen forced to marry the victorious Duke, four star-crossed lovers, the warring King and Queen of the Fairies, a group of very coarse-acting factory workers trying to put on a play, a mischievous bunch of fairies led by the prankster Puck, all on a Midsummer's Night, and you have a recipe for mirth, mayhem, mystery and plenty of magic. Let the fun begin!


Shakespeares classic tale with a twist are those fairies really clowns??


The Maskers Theatre Company has been bringing open air theatre to audiences throughout Hampshire and Wiltshire for 27 years at Mottisfont Abbey and most recently at Hamptworth Lodge.


Tickets from 10, concessions and group discounts. First night all tickets 10


See www.ticketsouth.co.uk for details


Box Office : 023 80711818


The Maskers Theatre Company recently won 9 awards in The Southern Daily Echos Curtain Call Awards including best overall production for 2011 Treasure Island at Hamptworth Lodge July 2011.

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