Royal Shakespeare Company’s ‘The Comedy of Errors’ to transfer to Barbican
The RSC returns for an annual Christmas season at the London venue.
The Royal Shakespeare Company will return to the Barbican this Christmas with a new production of The Comedy of Errors. Following performances in Stratford-upon-Avon this summer and a national tour, The Comedy of Errors is at the Barbican from 16 November - 31 December.
Shakespeare’s farce sees individuals confused at their whereabouts, where mistaken identities and seeing double is the order of the day. A father ends up in the wrong country, a brother looks out for his long-lost win and a wife realises her husband is a different man, but can anything be the same again?
The Comedy of Errors is directed by Phillip Breen. Breen has previously directed a production of The Merry Wives of Windsor for the RSC in 2012.
The cast is completed by Toyin Ayedun-Alase, Jonathan Broadbent, Antony Bunsee, Alfred Clay, Hedydd Dylan, William Grint, Greg Haiste, Avita Jay, Zoe Lambert, Guy Lewis, Dyfrig Morris, Baker Mukasa, Patrick Osborne, Rowan Polonski, Nicholas Prasad, Riad Richie and Sarah Seggari.
The Comedy of Errors is designed by Max Jones, with lighting by Tina MacHugh, music by Paddy Cunneen, sound by Dyfan Jones and movement by Charlotte Broom.
The Comedy of Errors tickets are on sale now.
Photo credit: The Comedy of Errors artwork (Photo courtesy of RSC)