Twelfth Night tickets

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At the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre from 3 May 2024 to 8 June 2024

Twelfth Night at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre poster

Genre: Play

Age recommendation and guidance: 12+

Access performances: BSL - Thursday 6th June, 7:30pm Captioned - Friday 31st May, 7:30pm Audio Described with Touch Tour - Saturday 8th June, 2:00pm

Twelfth Night or What You Will by William Shakespeare runs at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre for its 2024 summer season.

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At the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre from 3 May 2024 to 8 June 2024

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At a moonlit cafe surrounded by the sea, Olivia sings a lament to her lost brother, watched on by faded crowd.

When a shipwreck catapults Viola into their world of abandoned festivities, a web of disguise and deception begins. This new injection of life rocks this melancholic community to the core, but can she finally shake them from their languor and get the party started again?

Set against the heat of the Mediterranean sun, Shakespeare’s comedy of mistaken identities is a glorious celebration of love. Directed by Owen Horsley (Henry VI: Rebellion, Wars of the Roses, Royal Shakespeare Company) in a marriage of happiness, nostalgia and riotous partying.

Meet the cast

Those on the cast of Twelfth Night at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre are:

  • Raphael Bushay plays Orsino
  • Richard Cant plays Malvolio
  • Sally Cheng plays Querelle
  • Andro Cowperthwaite plays Sebastian
  • Anna Francolini plays Olivia
  • Nicholas Karami plays Antonio/Captain
  • Julie Legrand plays Feste
  • Michael Matus plays Toby Belch
  • Evelyn Miller plays Viola
  • Anita Reynolds plays Maria
  • Matthew Spencer plays Andrew Aguecheek
  • Katherine Toy plays Valentine/Priest
  • Jon Trenchard plays Fabian/Musical Director
  • Harry Waller plays Curio/Officer

Creatives involved in the production include Basia Binkowska as the set designer, Ryan Dawson-Laight taking on the role of costume designer, Daniel Hay-Gordon who contributes as both choreographer and movement director, Lotte Hines overseeing casting as the casting director, Cory Hippolyte stepping in as associate director, Owen Horsley directing, Sam Kenyon providing his expertise as both composer and musical supervisor, Aideen Malone managing the lighting design, and Max Pappenheim who is responsible for sound design.

Last updated . Event ID: 72208

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