Audio described in-house.
Direct from Stratford-upon-Avon, the Royal Shakespeare Company returns to the Theatre Royal for a riotous farce of unlikely coincidence and everyday miracles.
A father ends up in the wrong country on the wrong day as a government makes hasty proclamations about travel. A lonely son, while searching for his brother, loses himself. Across town a wife starts to realise her husband is not the man she thought he was (but rather likes it). Will anything ever be the same again?
Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors is a hilarious and touching tale of mistaken identity, double vision and family reunion, directed by comedy master, Phillip Breen.
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18+
Publicity image for The Comedy of Errors: The play’s title is in the centre of the image. The word “of” is written inside of the letter O from Errors, written in dark blue and light green. Behind the title, a light-yellow halo fades away, showing a blue background.
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