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National Youth Theatre tickets for A Midsummer Night’s Dream available now!
National Youth Theatre is bringing one of William Shakespeare’s greatest works to the West End. This NYT production comes to the West End’s Criterion Theatre for limited performances in December 2019 and January 2020. Performances by National Youth Theatre in London are always immensely popular, what a great way to spend time with the whole family over the Christmas holidays. Book A Midsummer Night’s Dream tickets now to guarantee the best seats at the best prices to this reimagined Shakespeare classic.
Shakespeare’s classic comedy comes to life
Hermia loves Lysander. Helena loves Demetrius. Hermia is supposed to marry Demetrius. When the young lovers try to escape a forced marriage they find themselves in the midst of chaos. There is a fight between the Queen and King of the Fairies and a troupe of actors rehearsing their amateur dramatic. Nick Bottom, Francis Flute and the other actors struggle to put on their show. Robin Goodfellow, Puck, has been spreading around a magical love potion, the lovers’ allegiances shift and there is a man with the head of an ass. A Midsummer Night’s Dream characters are among Shakespeare’s most recognised and the play remains one of the most performed of his classics.
National Youth Theatre present A Midsummer Night’s Dream
This playfully and innovative NYT production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream was abridged by Kate Kennedy and is directed by former National Theatre New Works Resident Director Matt Harrison. The cast will star Britain’s best young talent from the 2019 National Youth Theatre Rep Company. The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain is a world leading youth arts organisation. It was established in 1956 as the first youth theatre in the world and has since nurtured the talent of thousands of young people.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream tickets in London are sure to be a great hit with the whole family. Don’t miss this chance to see the National Youth Theatre bring Shakespeare’s greatest characters to life on the stage. This Christmas book affordable tickets for the whole family to see A Midsummer Night’s Dream at London’s Criterion Theatre for limited performances in December 2019 and January 2020.
Age restrictionTo be confirmed.
Running time2 hr (inc. interval)
Performance dates06 December 2019 - 17 January 2020
Relaxed performances can give access to events for a variety people who may not feel that they can attend at other times. This relaxed performance will mean people are free to move about, make noise and we will have an open door policy where audience members can come and go as they please. There will also be a chill-out space available if people need a quiet moment outside of the auditorium.
Reasonable adjustments will also be made to this performance to make it more accessible such as house lighting up at 20% and any potential triggers listed in our pre-show information.
AccessFriday 13 December 2019 will be a relaxed performance
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Andrew Wood17th January
Great performance. Funny and enjoyable. Bottom was excellent.
GEORGIA KALOGIROU17th January
It was an interesting, well played adaptation of Shakespeare's play!
We were blown away ??what talented and passionate young actors and actresses! Very cleverly adapted to 2020 absolutely hilarious, the performance flew by, would highly recommend ??
I loved the enthusiasm and talent of the young cast. The production was very innovative, with an infectious warmth.
XIUDI WANG14th January
Unfortunately it was the worst performance I’ve seen since I moved to London, and the name was also a misleading as that was not one of the Shakespeare’s.
Annabelle Parkhouse14th January
Really enjoyed it, ver different take, but well organised and well performed
Vladislava Vdovkina17th December
It’s a disgrace to play Shakespeare like that . Demonstrative . Vulgar , propaganda of homosexuality. The only one actor I admitted was a guy playing father . Very disappointed. Sorry
Annie Evans13th December
A lively, highly entertaining performance. Excellent production and cast - as good as any pantomime!