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The Comedy of Errors tickets available now for 6-week London run!
The Royal Shakespeare Company are returning to London’s Barbican this Winter with Shakespeare’s popular fairy-tale farce. Tickets for The Comedy of Errors are now booking for the limited run beginning 16 November to 31 December 2021.
What is The Comedy of Errors about?
These are strange times. Confusion and uncertainty everywhere.
The play begins with a father who winds up in the wrong country at the wrong time just as a government is making hasty proclamations regarding travel. Meanwhile, a lonely son is searching for his brother and in turn loses himself. Across town a wife begins to realise her husband isn’t the man she thought he was, but rather likes it. Will anything ever be the same again?
The Comedy of Errors London cast
The Comedy of Errors London’s Barbican cast features 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 creative team
The play is directed by Phillip Breen and features design by Max Jones, lighting by Tina MacHugh, music by Paddy Cunneen, sound by Dyfan Jones, movement by Charlotte Broom, fights by Renny Krupinski.
Tickets for The Comedy of Errors at London’s Barbican are booking now!
Shakespeare’s popular play is packed with everyday miracles, mistaken identity and double vision. Don’t miss out on this limited season at the Barbican this Winter. Book your The Comedy of Errors tickets now whilst availability lasts.
Performance dates16 November 2021 - 31 December 2021
In response to recent developments and the new Covid-19 variant, all visitors must wear a face covering as a condition of entry to the Barbican, unless exempt or under 12.
To ensure your safety, and that of our staff and other visitors, please keep your mask on throughout your visit, including during performances, unless you're eating and drinking.
If you don't have a face covering with you, we have these available from the reception desk at our Silk Street entrance.
We don't require proof of a negative Covid test result, but we strongly encourage you (and our staff) to take a lateral flow test before attending while infection rates are still high. Before setting off, please stay home if you (or someone you're in contact with) are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms. While you're at the Barbican, we encourage you to:
- Check in using the NHS Test and Trace app at any of our entrances
- Use our hand sanitisers and wash your hands regularly
- Keep a distance between you and visitors from other households
- Avoid bringing large bags and coats as our cloakroom is not available