Comedy of Errors


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Comedy of Errors

based on Plautus’s Menaechmi, with two sets of twins. [Br. Lit.: Comedy of Errors]
See: Twins
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SHAKESPEARE'S famous theatre The Globe may be synonymous with its London home, but a new take on the Bard's classic Comedy of Errors is reviving the touring tradition.
Comedy Of Errors was champion in 1973 and regained the crown in 1975, after finishing second to Lanzarote the previous year, while Sublimity has twice failed to recapture the title since his win in the race three years ago.
SWEET AND BARD: Khialah Wilson takes the lead as Stockton Riverside College students (above) rehearse for Sweet Charity; left is Comedy Of Errors Picture by FIONA MOORHEAD
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The production, The Comedy Of Errors, opens in Wales tomorrow.
The Comedy of Errors is at LIPA from December 5-7 at 7.
The Catherine Tate Show regular is currently making his Royal Shakespeare Company debut playing the lovesick Orsino in Twelfth Night, Antipholus of Syracuse in The Comedy Of Errors and Antonio in The Tempest.
The Catherine Tate Show comedy regular is currently making his Royal Shakespeare Company debut playing the lovesick Orsino in Twelfth Night, Antipholus of Syracuse in The Comedy of Errors and Antonio in The Tempest.
The Shakespeare's Globe production of The Comedy of Errors, directed by Rebecca Gatward, is being performed today, tomorrow and Thursday at 7.
The source added: "It was a bit of a comedy of errors, but its a serious climb so these sort of things happen.
White, whose career in the saddle spanned from 1958 to 1976, began riding on the Flat but switched his attentions to jumping in 1968 when he joined the late Fred Rimell at Kinnersley, for whom he won the 1975 Champion Hurdle on Comedy Of Errors.
The Royal Shakespeare Company will bring a production of The Comedy of Errors to Wales this autumn.