A Midsummer Night's Dream

Sat 21 Mar to Sat 18 Apr 2015

£12 - £20*

Cast

Lewis Bray - Francis Flute (Thisbe) and First Fairy

Lewis Bray

Francis Flute (Thisbe) and First Fairy

Garry Cooper - Oberon and Theseus

Garry Cooper

Oberon and Theseus

Emma Curtis - Helena

Emma Curtis

Helena

Sharon Duncan-Brewster - Titania and Hippolyta

Sharon Duncan-Brewster

Titania and Hippolyta

Cynthia Erivo - Puck

Cynthia Erivo

Puck

Michael Hawkins - Robin Starveling (Moonshine) and Moth

Michael Hawkins

Robin Starveling (Moonshine) and Moth

Charlotte Hope - Hermia

Charlotte Hope

Hermia

Dean Nolan - Nick Bottom (Pyramas)

Dean Nolan

Nick Bottom (Pyramas)

Andrew Schofield - Peter Quince and Peaseblossom

Andrew Schofield

Peter Quince and Peaseblossom

Alan Stocks - Egeus, Tom Snout (Wall) and Cobweb

Alan Stocks

Egeus, Tom Snout (Wall) and Cobweb

Tom Varey - Lysander

Tom Varey

Lysander

Matt Whitchurch - Demetrius

Matt Whitchurch

Demetrius

Ozzie Yue - Snug (Lion) and Mustardseed

Ozzie Yue

Snug (Lion) and Mustardseed

YEP members - Sound Recording

YEP members

Sound Recording

Company

Writer William Shakespeare

Director Nick Bagnall

Designer Ashley Martin-Davis

Lighting Designer Peter Mumford

Composer James Fortune

Sound Designer Peter Rice

Casting Director Sophie Parrott

Assistant Director Chris Tomlinson

Fight Director Roger Bartlett

Movement Consultant Grace Goulding

Reviews

A Midsummer Night's Dream

“A highly-stylised, ballsy and intense show”
Made Up: On stage in Liverpool

A Midsummer Night's Dream

9.5 / 10 "A play of outstanding quality"
Liverpool Sound and Vision

A Midsummer Night's Dream

★ ★ ★ ★
"Glitters with mischief"
The Times

A Midsummer Night's Dream

★★★★
"Such stuff as dreams are made of"
The Public Reviews

A Midsummer Night's Dream

★ ★ ★ ★
"Heights of exuberant farcicality."
The Stage

A Midsummer Night's Dream

★★★★
"Carries its audience through on the crest of a whirligig wave."
Liverpool ECHO

A Midsummer Night's Dream

★★★★
"A Dream in which even the mechanicals’ play is actually worth waiting for – it’s hard to give stronger recommendation than that."
The Guardian

A Midsummer Night's Dream

★★★★
"An enchanted evening”
WhatsOnStage.com

A Midsummer Night's Dream

★★★★
"Shakespeare in a new light"
Downstage Centre