by William Shakespeare
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"Deviant and dazzlingly imaginative"
"Lust and violence are never far away. Delves into the collective unconscious."
Dark fantasies and nightmarish visions unfold in this bold take on Shakespeare's unparalleled tale of love, betrayal and desire.
Director Joe Hill-Gibbins teams up with designer Johannes Schütz (Three Sisters) to dive into the subconscious of Shakespeare's masterpiece.
Click here to see what audiences have been saying about the show so far.
Monday - Saturday: 7.30pm
Wednesday & Saturday matinees: 2.30pm
(except 18 & 22 Feb)
Tickets: £10, £20, £29, £36
Previews: (16 - 22 Feb) £10, £20
A limited number of discounts are available for each performance. Early booking is advised.
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'Our Midsummer isn't naïve or innocent, it's complicated' read Jemima Rooper's interview with What'sOnStage
Theatre.London caught up with Jemima Rooper about the rehearsal process for A Midsummer Night's Dream
Ahead of his production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, Joe Hill-Gibbins discusses demystifying Shakespeare with The Evening Standard
Leo Bill sat down with Broadway World to discuss acting the role of Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream
Jemima Rooper discusses what to expect from A Midsummer Night's Dream with Culture Whisper
Director Joe Hill-Gibbins on the dark truth to fairy stories in The Guardian
Read the latest casting news for A Midsummer Night's Dream on What's On Stage
Joe Hill-Gibbins returns to the Young Vic to direct A Midsummer Night's Dream as part of the company's 2017 season. Read more on The Guardian.
Direction Joe Hill-Gibbins
Design and Light Johannes Schütz
Costumes Michaela Barth
Sound Paul Arditti
Dramaturgy Zoë Svendsen
Musical Direction Harvey Brough
Movement Jenny Ogilvie
21 March 17, 7.30pm