This year Mask Theatre are performing Twelfth Night as their annual Shakespeare in the Park play at Peterborough Central Park between Tuesday 22nd July and Saturday 25th July.
Twelfth Night is one of the Bard’s most popular comedies and is often described these days as a RomCom. Tom Fox directs his second Shakespeare in the Park after winning a NoDA award for last year’s production of The Merchant of Venice and has set the play in a contemporary time, involving plenty of music and a few twists and new ideas. This year we are making some appearances at venues outside of Peterborough, so why not take a trip to see us at Crowland Abbey (17th July), Woodhenge (18th July) or Oakham Castle (18th July).
The Mask is also supported this year by the Royal Shakespeare Company as part of their Open Stages project helping amateur actors, directors and technicians through mentorship and workshops
Heres a promo video we’ve made featuring all the venues in and around Peterborough that we’ll be appearing at (and some shingle on Snettisham beach).
Tickets are available on line, priced £7.50, at www.masktheatre.co.uk