Live theatre will make its comeback in Harrogate next month when Shakespeare is performed in the grounds of RHS Harlow Carr.
The family-friendly adaptation of The Comedy of Errors will be performed as part of Harrogate International Festivals.
Oddsocks Productions, which is known for its high-energy performances of Shakespeare classics, will tell the story of a servant and master from Syracuse in search of their long-lost twin brothers.
As the name suggests there are plenty of twists and turns leading to a happy ending which defies all probability.
The production company is staging the play in the grounds of the gardens on July 6 and 7, and promises lots of audience participation.
Sharon Canavar, Harrogate International Festivals chief executive, said:
“As an organisation that is best known for delivering a wide range of cultural events and festivals, the last 15 months have been particularly challenging for us.
“Oddsocks Productions have been a firm favourite of ours for decades and I couldn’t think of a more fitting play than The Comedy of Errors to help bring some much-needed laughter to the town.
“So pack your picnic and join the crazy theatre troupe for a festival of music, magic and mayhem.”
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The audience is advised to prepare for all types of weather during the outdoor event, with rugs and deckchairs highly recommended.
Tickets can be bought here. Adult tickets cost £22.