A bitter sweet play of sunshine and shadow. Twelfth Night is Shakespeare's greatest and most delicate comedy dealing with the nature of identity, gender and passion. Both brilliantly funny and achingly sad in equal measures, the play asks us to examine who we love and why we love. It takes us on a journey of shipwreck, mistaken identity, excessive passion, self deception and most of all passion for life and living for the moment. It is the most hedonistic of Shakespeare's plays and it urges us to make the most of every precious moment.
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