Broughton Castle, the moated and fortified manor house near Banbury, will play host to A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
“The course of true love never did run smooth”.
The Fairy Kingdom is at War. Oberon and Titania’s marital mayhem unleashes chaos on four young lovers with disastrous – and hilarious – consequences.
In another part of the forest, a troupe of aspiring actors prepare for the most important night of their lives – a command performance before the Duke and Duchess.
As the King and Queen of the Fairy Kingdom become entwined with the human world, a night of madness, mayhem, magic, love, and hilarity ensues… (don’t forget the donkey!).
The Duke’s Theatre Company returns after their critically acclaimed inaugural adaptation of Romeo and Juliet.
This new, ambitious production for Summer 2022, with live music, stunning design and theatrical magic, promises to delight audiences with Shakespeare’s most comic and celebrated fairy tale.
With thanks to Broughton Castle.
Full price – £18.50 +£0.46 Service fee
Concession (under 16/over 65) – £16.50 +£0.41 Service fee
Family (2 adults & 2 children) – £60.00 +£1.50 Service fee
Thursday 26 and Friday 26 August from 7.00pm
Broughton Castle is 2.5 miles from the centre of Banbury, 3 miles from Junction 11 of the M40. At Banbury Cross take the B4035 west signposted to Shipston on Stour then, after about two miles, turn right in Broughton village at the crossroads by the Saye & Sele Arms pub. At the bottom of the hill turn left into the drive. The car park is on your left before the Church.