Shit-Faced Shakespeare to tour with A Midsummer Night's Dream

Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare to tour with A Midsummer Night's Dream

Credit: Rah Petherbridge Photography

Internationally acclaimed company bring the hilarity to Nottingham, Lancaster, Bath, Bristol, Newcastle, Sheffield and more

The smash-hit, internationally acclaimed, award-winning, multi sell-out phenomenon…. should we even continue? Shit-faced Shakespeare is the hilarious combination of the serious and silly, the sober and drunk. A Shakespearean classic with a twist as one cast member gets well and truly shit-faced whilst audience members watch the consequences unfold on stage.

This Autumn the company will head out on an extensive tour of the UK (well, England, if you want to pick nits) with Shakespeare's whimsically romantic classic, A Midsummer Night's Dream. Tickets for the shows go on sale at 10am Fri 25 Jan.

The tour kicks of on Tue 1 Oct at Epsom Playhouse running for 20 dates with three nights at The Exchange, Twickenham from Tue 12-Sat 16 Nov. The group wrap things up on Fri 29 Nov at Colchester Arts Centre.

Shit-Faced Shakespeare UK tour:
Tue 1 Oct – Epsom Playhouse
Thu 3 Oct – Maltings, Farnham
Sat 5 Oct – Nottingham Playhouse
Wed 9 Oct –The Hawth Crawley
Thu 10 Oct – St Albans Arena
Fri 11 Oct – Komedia, Bath
Sat 12 Oct – Redgrave Theatre, Bristol
Thu 24 Oct – Tivoli Theatre, Wimborne
Sun 27 Oct – Palace Theatre, Southend
Thu 31 Oct – Lancaster Grand
Fri 1 Nov – Dorking Halls
Sat 2 Nov – Theatre Royal, Portsmouth
Fri 8 Nov – Octagon Theatre, Sheffield
Sat 9 Nov – Tyne Theatre, Newcastle
Tue 12 Nov – Wyvern Theatre, Swindon
Fri 15 Nov – The Exchange, Twickenham
Sat 16 Nov – The Exchange, Twickenham
Sun 17 Nov – The Exchange, Twickenham
Fri 22 Nov – Churchill Theatre, Bromley
Fri 29 Nov – Colchester Arts Centre

Tickets for Shit-Faced Shakespeare's UK tour go on sale at 10am on Fri 25 Jan.

Shit-Faced Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream

A lovely winter tale, set in the middle of summer, told by Magnificent Bastard Productions. Yes, this is an entirely serious Shakespeare play, but yes, one cast member is entirely shit-faced.