Illustration for two Shakespeare plays by Bristol Old Vic Theatre School - Julius Caesar and Twelfth Night, depicting stylised head and shoulders of a figure split in half representing a character from each play - a roman leader and the other a woman.

Twelfth Night

Malcolm X Community Centre

Key Information
  • Dates Thu 29 Feb 2024 - Sat 02 Mar 2024
  • Location Malcolm X Community Centre
  • Running Time

    To be confirmed

  • Ticketing

    £17 Pay It Forward
    £14 Full Price
    £12 Open Concession
    £8.00 Schools Rate

Don’t miss Bristol Old Vic Theatre School’s inventive take on the Bard this spring, where deception and desire wreak playful havoc at Malcolm X Community Centre.

Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Geoffrey Brumlik
Designed by Holly Coulson and Sophie Land

Love and disguise intertwine for comedic chaos in Twelfth Night. With graceful period design, director Geoffrey Brumlik transports Shakespeare’s famous romantic comedy to 1600s Europe – where affairs of the heart prove potent…but perilous.

When shipwrecked Viola assumes the guise of a man in the court of lovelorn Duke Orsino, delightful deception runs amok. The Countess Olivia’s devoted pursuit of the disguised Viola soon entangles all our players in a maze of mistaken identities and passion. Experience Bristol Old Vic Theatre School’s take on this classic and beloved farce about the masks we wear for unrequited love.

N'Dea in Henry VI
In just one year the MFA programme has given me the confidence in my artistry and the tools to work professionally that I lacked prior to my training. N'Dea Miles, MFA Professional Acting Student