Just as the Lord Chamberlein's Men's
Midsummer Night's Dream tour of Welsh castles comes to
an end the Everyman Theartre company's open air summer theatre
festival gets going.
In the stunning setting of the St
Fagans National History Museum on the outskirts of
Cardiff the festival will comprise 36 performances of 4 different
plays over the course of course of 25 days throughout July.
First held over just 1 week in 1983 the festival has expanded over
the years to become one of the biggest in South Wales.
This years performances are:
The Pirates of Penzance by W.S. Gilbert & Sir Arthur Sullivan
- July 6-16
Shadwell Opera: Albert Herring by Benjamin Britten - 10 July
The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare - July 20-30
Old King Cole by Ken Campbell - July 23-30
More information is available from the Everyman
Theatre Festival website
(Image courtesy of Everyman Theatre