Queen’s Park

Twelfth Night

Saturday 17th June

2pm matinee performance

7pm evening performance

Queen’s Park, NW6

We are delighted to announce that we will be back this Summer to celebrate our sixth anniversary with a new production of Twelfth Night, Shakespeare’s glorious romantic comedy of mistaken identity, set in the 1920s. The production will be directed by Sioned Jones.

The matinee performance will begin promptly at 2pm and will be over by approximately 4.30pm.

The evening performance will begin promptly at 7pm and will be over by approximately 9.30pm.

It will take place in the quiet garden and we hope that the audience will picnic before the show. The closest entrance is from Kingswood Avenue, at the gate between Hopefield Avenue and Montrose. Details of any catering arrangements will be made available before the date.

Event kindly sponsored by Chestertons.


Dame Judi Dench, CH, DBE, FRSA, Patron of Shakespeare in the Squares says, “I made my Broadway debut as Viola, so Twelfth Night has always been a very special play for me. I can’t imagine a more perfect choice for Shakespeare in the Squares: music, mischief, missing twins and romance – all played out on balmy summer evenings in the heart of London’s enchanted gardens and squares. I much look forward to seeing their production, and know they ‘will strive to please you every day.”