With all the dark undercurrents of a traditional fairytale, Shakespeare weaves farce, slapstick, romance and revelry into what is perhaps his most joyous play.

Performers speak, sing, fall over, play instruments, hit each other and dance to provide a perfect introduction to Shakespeare. 

Following last year’s sellout Romeo and Juliet, Carl Heap (World Cup 1966 and George and the Dragon) eturns to the Unicorn to direct another National Theatre touring production..

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