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Bell Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night’s Dream

  • Theatre, Comedy
  1. The stage performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream
    Photograph: Brett Boardman
  2. Two actors in a lovers embrace on stage
    Photograph: Supplied | Bell Shakespeare

Time Out says

Bell Shakespeare’s fast, funny and family-friendly production of 'A Midsummer Night’s Dream' heads to Arts Centre Melbourne

After a stellar opening in Sydney, Bell Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is going on tour – and the next stop is Melbourne. The classic comedy will be calling Arts Centre Melbourne home from April 25 to May 11. 

Kicking off a jam-packed 2024 season, Bell Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream tells the tale of love and mischief over one magical night where fairies, runaway lovers and bumbling actors get entangled in an enchanted forest. 

Follow along as a talented ensemble of cast and creatives reimagine the magical play, led by director Peter Evans who has pared back the play to 110 minutes and done a spectacular job at reinventing the timeless tale for a new audience. The all-star cast includes Ella Prince playing Puck, along with Ahunim Abede as Hermia, Isabel Burton as Helena, Mike Howlett as Demetrius, Matu Ngaropo as Bottom, Richard Pyros as Oberon, Imogen Sage as Titania and Laurence Young as Lysander.

Tickets range from $40 - $110 and you can book them here.


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