Tickets on sale: Twelfth Night

TWELFTH NIGHT
or
WHAT YOU WILL

15 – 18 December 2021

SUDS are returning to the stage at last with one of Shakespeare’s most popular plays!

The delights and dangers of desire . . .

Separated from her twin brother after a shipwreck, Viola disguises herself as a young man to enter the service of Duke Orsino, who is in love with Olivia. Viola falls in love with Orsino, but Olivia falls in love with Viola, thinking she is a man.

Riotous comedy, amorous intrigue, mistaken identities and a host of well-loved characters make Twelfth Night one of Shakespeare’s greatest and most popular plays. Ian Gledhill will be directing Twelfth Night in a production celebrating the return of live theatre and welcoming our audience back to the Drama Studio at last.

Tickets on sale!

E-tickets can now be purchased using the online service Eventbrite. This will minimise queues at the Box Office and limit the handling of tickets. When booking you will have a chance to request socially distanced seats, wheelchair access or to tell us of other needs.

PLEASE NOTE: Ticket-holders must show an NHS Covid Pass before being admitted to the Drama Studio. You can obtain a Pass by referring to this website.

You should not attend a performance if, in 11 days prior to a show, you or any member of your party, experience COVID symptoms or have been advised by NHS Test and Trace to self-isolate.

If you have queries in advance of booking a ticket or before your visit to the Drama Studio, you can email them to suds.tickets@gmail.com or telephone our helpline 0114 255 3417.

If a performance has to be cancelled, you will be offered a refund or transfer to another performance. If you cannot attend due to ill-health, please let us know before the show and we shall arrange a refund if at all possible.

Please click here to find out what to expect at the Drama Studio.

Covid-19 precautions

SUDS looks forward to welcoming you back to the University Drama Studio!

We have implemented Covid precautions during all our preparations and performances. All cast and crew have provided proof of at least two vaccinations and we take Lateral Flow Tests at regular intervals. We hope you will feel safe as a member of our audience.

The University is also concerned that all users of its premises work in as safe an environment as possible. It has provided guidance to help us achieve that objective and we have accepted it willingly.

Detailed arrangements for us and our audience are open to change as circumstances require and we shall keep everyone informed. The latest information will be sent to ticket-holders a few days before the show.

Below you can see some photos from our rehearsals to give you a taste of what’s to come!

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