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The Comedy of Errors, Gray’s Inn Hall – Review

Credit: Scott Rylander

Pros: Excellent performers, ingenious design and impeccable direction. Cons: The period setting is sometimes confused. The Comedy of Errors is one of Shakespeare’s earliest works and certainly his shortest. Significantly influenced by Plautus’ Latin comedy Menaechmi, it is the story of two pairs of twins who fall victim to a series of mishaps related to their ambiguous identity. Egeon (Paul Croft) is a merchant from Syracuse who heads to Ephesus in search of one of his twin sons, lost twenty-five ...

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Win tickets to see Yue Opera at Peacock Theatre

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This is your chance to win tickets to see Coriolanus and Du Liniang, by Zhejiang Xiaobaihua Yue Opera Troupe, at the Peacock Theatre. To enter, simply retweet one of our Coriolanus and Du Liniang competition tweets AND tell us in which city Yue Opera originated. #COMPETITION: Chance to win tkts to Coriolanus and Du Liniang @peacocktheatre Retweet by 17.7.16 & name the city where Yue Opera originated. — Everything Theatre (@EveryTheatre) July 11, 2016 Zhejiang Xiaobaihua Yue Opera Troupe presents: Coriolanus ...

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