The Comedy of Errors
Performances will now run from 21-24 July with an additional matinee on Friday 23 July. We regrettably had to cancel the performances on 11, 12, 14, 16 and 20 July. All ticket-holders have been emailed and will receive a full refund. Read our full statement.
Live performance is back this summer with the Live at No.40 outdoor festival - join us for a joyous moment of reunion, celebration and laughter!
Identical twin brothers and their identical servants are separated by a shipwreck. Years later, unknown to each other, they all end up on the same island. Before a celebratory family reunion can happen, a series of wild mishaps and delightful mayhem begins – including baffling encounters, false accusations, wrongful arrests, and a near-seduction.
Directed by Citizens Theatre Artistic Director Dominic Hill, this fun-filled production performed by a talented ensemble cast is stripped-back storytelling at its best. With live music and slapstick humour, in an atmospheric outdoor setting, this 90-minute show is a brilliant opportunity to safely reunite our artists and audiences to rediscover the magic of live performance.
The Comedy of Errors is part of Live at No.40 - a month long outdoor festival presented by Scottish Opera celebrating music, theatre and opera. The programme includes performances from Scottish Opera, Scottish Ensemble and Citizens Theatre.
All performances will take place at Scottish Opera’s Production Studio Car Park: 40 Edington St, Glasgow G4 9RD.
Date Time Information 11 July 7pm Cancelled 12 July 7pm Cancelled 14 July 7pm Cancelled 16 July 7pm Cancelled 20 July 7pm Cancelled 21 July 2.30pm 21 July 7pm 22 July 7pm BSL interpreted 23 July 2.30pm Additional performance 23 July 7pm 24 July 2.30pm Audio Described Captioned 24 July 7pm
Cast & Creative Team
Lorraine M. Mcintosh
Director - Dominic Hill
Designer - Jessica Worrall
Lighting - Lizzie Powell
Composer - Nikola Kodjabashia
Movement - Benedicte Seierup and Lucien MacDougall
Assistant Director - Lauren Mitchell
With thanks to Director and Designer Sir David McVicar for permission to present The Comedy of Errors on the set of Falstaff.
"The production twinkles with well-honed slapstick (thanks to movement directors Benedicte Seierup and Lucien Lindsay-MacDougall) and Shakespeare’s witty dialogue."
- The Stage
"a very palpable hit"
- The National