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Gwent Young People's Theatre present A Midsummer Night's Dream     

An open air production staged in the beautiful grounds of Abergavenny Castle presented by a company of fifty talented, versatile and dynamic young people. Bring a rug and a picnic and enjoy a performance of one of Shakespeare's best known plays.

Set on Midsummer Night, a time when strange things happen and spirits weave their spells, romance, magic, comedy, confusion, disguise and mischief abound in this lively production.

Through the Gwent Young People's Theatre, Gwent Theatre offers opportunities for young people to participate in a wide range of theatre activities under the direction of professional theatre practitioners. The youth theatre has a reputation for consistently high standards and has won acclaim for their recent productions of 'The Canterbury Tales' adapted by Martin Riley and 'Arabian Nights' adapted by Dominic Cook.

'Any production by these talented youngsters should never be missed and this one is a thoroughly good evening's entertainment.' (Canterbury Tales) Free Press

Gwent Theatre provides a high quality Theatre in Education and Youth Theatre service for schools and communities throughout Gwent and beyond.Productions, performances and workshops create access and participation for young people to experience live theatre and an appreciation of literature and the performing arts, provoke discussion of current issues and inspire an interest in the world in which they live.

For further information telephone Gwent Theatre - 01873 853167
Gwent Theatre  
web site
: www.gwenttie.co.uk

e-mail: gwenttie@aol.com
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