A Midsummer Night's Dream

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The Lyric and Filter’s riotous reinterpretation of one of Shakespeare’s best loved plays comes to Oxford after its critically-acclaimed London and international festival runs.

Featuring original live music, this classic tale of young lovers and warring fairies is given a unique and irreverent twist.

Don’t miss one of the most exciting and inventive Shakespeare productions of recent years.

Duration: 2 hours 10mins with no interval

A Lyric Hammersmith & Filter Theatre production

By William Shakespeare
Created by Filter
Directed by Sean Holmes
Design by Hyemi Shin
Lighting by Oliver Fenwick
Sound Design & Original Music by Chris Branch & Tom Haines

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A Lyric Hammersmith & Filter Theatre production

Age guideline: 14+

Captioned performance: Wed 16 May
Audio described performance: Sat 19 May at 2.30pm | Touch Tour: 1pm

  • Filter’s Dream is part rock gig, part exuberant joke, exploding the conventions of the form and remaking them in dazzling new shapes.
       
    Metro
  • Quite brilliant.
       
    Independent on Sunday
  • Slapstick, magic and mayhem.
       
    Guardian

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