See Shakespeare Classic Twelfth Night at Cardiff Open Air Theatre Festival

The Cardiff Open Air Theatre Festival continues at Sophia Gardens this week with Everyman Theatre’s presentation of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, directed by David Mercatali.

As a ship is wrecked on the rocks, twins are separated and washed up on the island of Ilyria, forced to fend for themselves in a new land. Viola, the first twin, falls in love with Duke Orsino, who is in love with Olivia, who falls in love with Viola, and is secretly adored by Malvolio. Chaos ensues…

The largest outdoor theatre festival of its kind in Wales, Cardiff Open Air Theatre Festival is loved by audiences of all ages and attended by thousands right in the heart of Cardiff. This year’s Everyman festival continues until July 30.

The purpose-built auditorium at Sophia Gardens seats 400, with all audience members undercover (if it rains, only the actors get wet!), ensuring the show goes on whatever the weather. All seats are numbered, so with tickets selling fast everyone is encouraged to book their tickets.

Twelfth Night has performances from 7th – 9th & 12th – 16th July at 8pm with matinee presentations on 9th & 16th July at 3pm.

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