Pub theatre company Bar'd Work are bringing the timeless comedy Twelfth Night to the Sutherland Shire for the closing night of the inaugural 'Shakesbeer Sessions'.
Expect fast, funny and irreverent 90-minute Shakespeare, performed at Highfield Caringbah on Sunday, September 8.
The night of short, sharp Shakespeare reimagines the classic comedy of shipwreck, mistaken identity and lust.
Love triangles left and right as a stranded Viola, enters Orsino's service to woo Olivia yet falls in love with him in the process. With an array of weird and wonderful characters, one of Shakespeare's most loved comedies comes to life with a pint and pub grub.
More romance than The Bachelor, better writing than Home & Away, and actors that will share a drink with the audience (before, after, and during).
"Very funny. They include crazy pop songs and people stand up and sing and dance. It's absolutely wild and being performed by some of the very best Shakespeare actors around," said reviewer Elissa Blake.
Twelfth Night stars Damien Carr as Sir Toby Belch, Jarryd Dobson as Sebastian, Dominic Gruenewald as Orsino / Sir Andrew, Eddie Orton as Feste, Emma O'Sullivan as Maria / Sea Captain, Kian Pitman as Officer / Priest, Shannon Ryan as Viola, Chelsea Zeller as Olivia and Timothy Walker as Malvolio / Antonio.
- Tickets $25 online @bardwork.com/tickets or $30 at the door.