Durham, NW England, N Wales
Twelfth Night is a tale of a young woman who is shipwrecked in a foreign land. In order to get a job she disguises herself as a man, but then falls in love with the Duke for whom she is working. Unfortunately for her the Duke is in love with a local lady, who promptly falls in love with the newcomer who is really a woman dressed as a man. Only when an identical twin, a priest and … you get the picture!
This was OTGs first tour, beginning in Durham then visiting 7 venues in NW England and Wales. Directed by John Lofthouse and Dan Meigh. Original music by Max Wurr. Original artwork by Carne Griffiths.
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