Update: Please note the correct date of the show is Wednesday 30 October (not Thursday 31 as mistakenly advertised in our brochure)
co-produced with Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg and New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich
A fantastical tale of love in exile
Critically-acclaimed Transport reinvents this popular favourite among Shakespeare’s comedies. Rosalind, the daughter of an exiled leader, falls in love with Orlando. Separately the two are banished from their homeland by Rosalind’s dictator uncle. In the wild depths of the forest they find unexpected freedom and are reunited with friends and family. A vibrant, touching, and timely story about love, statelessness, and above all the human capacity to endure. Brought to you from the innovative company behind Invisible, 1001 Nights, Elegy and Europe.
“An utter treat” ★★★★ The Telegraph on 1001 Nights
“Essential viewing” ★★★★ Time Out on Elegy
“Powerful…smart and smartly acted” Guardian on Invisible
“Ensemble acting at its best” Evening Star