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What to expect
London's Barbican sees the return of the Royal Shakespeare Company this winter with this popular fairy tale farce by Shakespeare. Shakespeare's tale of mistaken identity, everyday miracles, and double vision is directed by comedy king Phillip Breen for the Royal Shakespeare Company.
For six weeks, The Comedy of Errors will be on at the Barbican Theatre this winter season with beautiful moments of laughter, reunion, and celebration. One of the bard's earlier comedies is brought to the modern world by the Royal Shakespeare Company. So don't wait too long. Book your tickets for The Comedy of Errors at the Barbican Theatre London now.
About The Comedy Of Errors
What is The Comedy Of Errors?
Farcical scenes and colour splashes take over the Barbican Theatre London in this production of The Comedy of Errors by the Royal Shakespeare Company. The story of The Comedy of Errors revolves around a father who finds himself in the wrong country, where the government makes sudden declarations about travel. Meanwhile, a lonely son goes to find his brother and gets lost. Another story happens across town, as a wife finds out that the person she married is actually not the person she thought she knew. However, she rather likes her new husband. These events bring about laughter and celebration in this adaptation by the Royal Shakespeare Company. The Barbican Theatre London is home to this captivating story for just a few weeks, so be sure to plan a trip as soon as possible.
There is confusion and uncertainty everywhere in the story as a father, son, and mother find themselves. Mistaken identity, double vision, and everyday miracles take over this popular play by Shakespeare. The Royal Shakespeare Company does well to address this in this live adaptation at the Barbican Theatre London.
Shakespeare wrote this piece of literature between 1589–1594.
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What age is The Comedy Of Errors suitable for?
There is no restriction on age for the play at the Barbican Theatre London. Valid tickets are needed to witness the performance at the theatre in London.
How long is The Comedy Of Errors?
The runtime of the performance of The Comedy of Errors by the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Barbican Theatre London is two hours and 45 minutes. This also includes an interval of 30 minutes.
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Who is performing in The Comedy Of Errors?
The Comedy of Errors cast at the Barbican Theatre London includes Toyin Ayedun-Alase, Greg Haiste, Jonathan Broadbent, Antony Bunsee, William Grint, Zoe Lambert, Hedydd Dylan, Guy Lewis, Dyfrig Morris, Baker Mukasa, Avita Jay, Patrick Osborne, Alfred Clay, Riad Richie, Nicholas Prasad, Rowan Polonski, and Sarah Seggari.
Phillip Breen directs the performance, with Max Jones taking on the responsibility of setup and design. Fights are choreographed by Renny Krupinski. Tina MacHugh in on lighting, Dyfan Jones on sound, Paddy Cunneen on music, and Charlotte Broom on movement. A huge part of the success of the performance is down to the backstage staff.
What is the theme of The Comedy Of Errors?
The theme of the play is persistence, family loyalties, identity, and coincidence. Like all of Shakespeare's plays, love and relationships are also found in this story. The story is funny, and most of the humour comes from mistaken identity and the use of wordplay. Some people have even described it as a tragicomedy.
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Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs
Where is The Comedy Of Errors being performed in London?
The full address of the Barbican Theatre is Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS.
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How do I get to the Barbican Theatre?
If you are travelling by car, take the A4 from London to reach the Barbican Theatre in London.
The nearest bus stop to the theatre is Beech Street, where buses 76 and 153 stop. You can also disembark at City Road, with bus numbers 21, 43, 141, 205, 214, 271.
The nearest Tube stations are on the Metropolitan, Circle, and Hammersmith and City lines.
The nearest train station is Moorgate.
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Where can I park at the Barbican Theatre?
The nearest parking is at the Aldersgate Street underground car park. It is just a 10-minute walk to the Barbican Theatre from there.
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Where are the toilets at the Barbican Theatre?
Toilets can be found on all the levels of the theatre. At the theatre level, two accessible toilets can be found. Other accessible toilets are found in the gallery, pit, library, ground, and stalls levels.
Is the Barbican Theatre accessible?
The theatre is fully accessible, with the theatre having wheelchair-accessible seats. All areas in the theatre can be accessed by wheelchair users.
Where can I eat nearby?
Some good options to enjoy with your family are the Barbican Kitchen, Osteria, Bonfire, The Jugged Hare, Barbican Lounge, and Cote Brasserie Barbican.
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