Outdoor: A Midsummer Night’s Dream 2024
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SUMMER 2024

Following the success of Twelfth Night, Immersion Theatre are thrilled to be reviving their acclaimed production of Shakespeare’s funniest, most magical comedy of all: A Midsummer Night’s Dream!

 

This hilarious adaptation sees Shakespeare’s fantastical characters brought vividly to life as audiences are transported to an enchanting world bursting with magic, romance, and of course, heaps of laugh-out-loud comedy! Four young lovers, a band of hapless actors, and a magical realm populated by mischievous spirits set on causing mayhem at every turn culminate in an unparalleled open-air experience of beauty and hilarity.

 

Multi award-nominated Immersion Theatre have developed a reputation for producing first class, fast-paced adaptations of Shakespeare’s plays. This is Shakespeare as it’s meant to be: interactive, fun, and highly accessible! 

 

Suitable for ages 8+

Running time: 110 minutes including interval

TOUR DATES

JULY

TBA

SAT 6

 

BRYNGARW COUNTRY PARK (BRIDGEND)

SUN 7

5pm

BOOK TICKETS

 

PRIVATE PERFORMANCE

WED 10

 

PRIVATE PERFORMANCE

THU 11

 

PRIVATE PERFORMANCE

SAT 13

 

PRIVATE PERFORMANCE

SUN 14

 

FOUR SEASONS HOTEL (HAMPSHIRE)

TUE 16

6.30pm

BOOK TICKETS

 

PRIVATE PERFORMANCE

THU 18

 

LYDIARD PARK (SWINDON)

FRI 19

6pm

BOOK TICKETS

 

PRIVATE PERFORMANCE

SAT 20

 

LAPFORD MILL (DEVON)

SUN 21

6pm

BOOK TICKETS

 

PRIVATE PERFORMANCE

THU 25

 

WYCHWOOD PARK HOTEL (CREWE)

FRI 26

6.30pm

BOOK TICKETS

 

NEWARK CASTLE & GARDENS (NOTTINGHAMSHIRE)

SAT 27

6pm

BOOK TICKETS

 

PRIVATE PERFORMANCE

SUN 28

AUGUST

ARUNDELLS (SALISBURY)

THU 1

7pm

BOOK TICKETS

 

ASCOTT HOUSE (BEDFORDSHIRE)

FRI 2

5.15pm

BOOK TICKETS

 

HARROW ARTS CENTRE

SAT 3

3pm

BOOK TICKETS

 

SHAW HOUSE (NEWBURY)

SUN 4

6pm

BOOK TICKETS

 

WEALD & DOWNLAND LIVING MUSEUM (CHICHESTER)

TUE 6

5.30pm

BOOK TICKETS

 

HATCHLANDS PARK (SURREY)

THU 8

6pm

BOOK TICKETS

 

HATFIELD PARK (HERTFORDSHIRE)

FRI 9

5.30pm

BOOK TICKETS

 

EVENLEY WOOD GARDEN (NORTHAMPTONSHIRE)

SAT 10

5pm

BOOK TICKETS

 

WINWICK HALL (NORTHAMPTONSHIRE)

SUN 11

6pm

BOOK TICKETS

 

EMMETTS GARDEN (KENT)

TUE 13

3pm

BOOK TICKETS

 

PRIVATE PERFORMANCE

WED 14

 

PRIVATE PERFORMANCE

THU 15

 

CLUMBER PARK (NOTTINGHAMSHIRE)

FRI 16

3pm

BOOK TICKETS

 

PRIVATE PERFORMANCE

SAT 17

 

PRIVATE PERFORMANCE

SUN 18

 

TBA

MON 19

BAD WEATHER POLICY

Our summer productions are Open–Air and performed outside, uncovered. Venues and audience members therefore accept that weather, climate, temperature, light conditions, and various other elements which are out of our control, may impact the performance. While we make every effort to complete each show, we reserve the right to:

 

  • Stop and start the performance as necessary, up to three times.
  • Commence the show up to one hour after the stated time.

 

Apart from extreme circumstances, we will not cancel a performance before the advertised start time. It can often rain all day, yet clear up just before the performance is due to commence. For this reason, we request you do not contact the company for updates at any point before the show as no decision will be made until just before the performance is due to start.

 

We perform in all but the worst of weathers, rain included. Refunds will therefore not be issued due to the performance going ahead in “rubbish weather”. However, where such weather is deemed to pose a health and safety risk to the performers or audience i.e. torrential rain or thunder and lightning strike – we reserve the right to pause the performance up to three times and restart. Should the performance be unable to continue, the decision to cancel will be made between ourselves and the venue manager.

 

REFUNDS AND EXCHANGES

Refunds and exchanges are not given for the cancellation or abandonment of a show as a result of poor weather. Exchanges will only apply should a performance be cancelled before the interval. In this instance, audience members will be entitled to exchange tickets with the nearest value to the original ticket at any other show during the show’s tour, subject to availability and agreement with the third-party venue.

 

Please note, if a performance reaches the interval, no refunds or exchanges will be given, even if the weather prevents the second half from going ahead.

 

Likewise, should an audience member choose to leave due to weather, yet the performance still takes place, no refunds or exchanges will be given. Please ensure you have read these terms and conditions thoroughly as no exceptions will be made under any circumstances. By purchasing a ticket to one of our open-air performances, you are therefore acknowledging that you understand the risk of buying tickets and agree to these terms and conditions.