Shakespeare returns to Cobram and district next month with a production of Twelfth Night hitting the Byramine Homestead.
Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night masterfully balances the anguish of unrequited love and the high spirit of clever comedy in this hilarious tale performed on the picturesque lawn of the homestead.
The cast of nine professional actors will take you on a joyful ride as the audience is transported to the magical land of Illyria.
After a raging shipwreck, Viola finds herself washed ashore, separated from her twin brother Sebastian and alone on the beach of Illyria.
The town is familiar, but somewhat strange — a dreamland where music is the food of love, and nobody is quite what they seem.
Mischief ensues, hearts are tangled, pranks are played and Viola finds herself right in the middle of a love triangle.
Cobram and district is invited to join the journey with Viola, be delighted by the unforgettable characters and thrilled by the adventures the strange and wonderful land has to offer on February 4.
Chairs will be provided but audience members can bring a blanket or their own deck chair and picnic basket. No BYO alcohol, as alcohol is available at the venue.
Gates open at 4pm, with the performance to start at 6pm.
Tickets are $50 or $45 for Moira Arts and Culture members. Tickets can be purchased at Byramine Homestead before the event or at the gate.
Tickets can also be purchased online at trybooking/SCQS
●For more information, visit moiraartsandcultureinc.org