WIN! A Midsummer Night’s Dream tickets

The Chapterhouse Theatre Company is bringing A Midsummer Night's Dream to Trinity Arts on Saturday 7th July
The Chapterhouse Theatre Company is bringing A Midsummer Night's Dream to Trinity Arts on Saturday 7th July
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PREPARE to escape to another world as one of the country’s most renowned theatre groups brings a classic Shakespeare production to Gainsborough - and we have a family ticket to give away.

Chapterhouse Theatre Company will perform the Bard’s best-loved romantic comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Trinity Arts Centre on Saturday 7th July as part of a fantastic summer season.

Prepare to be whisked away on a thrilling journey to the most magical of forests as star-crossed lovers, playful fairies and raucous travelling players come together to create one of the most fun and frolicsome evenings of the summer.

Although the Gainsborough production will be performed indoors, it is just one in a series of plays Chapterhouse will be performing at stunning open-air venues this summer.

The theatre company will perform Romeo and Juliet at Creswell Crags near Worksop on 29th June, followed by The Importance of Being Earnest at the same venue on 3rd August.

Visit www.chapterhouse.org for more information on future shows.

Tickets for the 7.30pm show in Gainsborough on Saturday 7th July are priced £12, £10 concessions and can be bought by visiting www.trinityarts.co.uk or by calling 01427 676655.

To be in with the chance of winning a family ticket for two adults and two children simply answer the following question.

Q) Which famous British playwright wrote A Midsummer Night’s Dream?

a) Oscar Wilde

b) William Shakespeare

c) Harold Pinter

Mark your entry ‘Chapterhouse Competition’ and send it to competitions@gainsboroughstandard.co.uk or by post to: The Gainsborough Standard, 5-7 Market Place, Gainsborough, DN21 2BP.

The closing date for entries is Thursday 28th June. We will contact the lucky winner by phone so please include a daytime contact number. Normal Standard competition rules apply.