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The Donkey Show - A Midsummer Night's Disco archiveSet under a glitterball moon, this is A Midsummer Night's Dream - a fantasy of decadence, divas and disco - told through your favourite 80's hits such as I Love the Nightlife, You Sexy Thing, Enough Is Enough and Carwash. The audience is transported to a boogie wonderland of theatre and nightlife where nightclub impresario Oberon and disco diva Tytania are in the midst of a timeless lover's quarrel. Boogie on down to the funkiest sounds in town with A Midsummer Night's Dream guaranteed to set Shakespeare spinning! The Donkey Show - A Midsummer Night's Disco website.


Vikki Stone (Oberon / Mia), Siobhan Athwal (Dmitri / Vinnie), Bronte Barbe (Helen / Vinnie), Melissa Bayern (Tytania / Sander), Natalie Chua (Disco Girl), Samuel Fogell (DJ Hernando / Cobweb), James Gillan (Lady Puck), Dominique Kinisky (Peaseblossom), Nyron Levy (Moth), Adrian Martel (Mustardseed), Harry Morley (Fidget), Jessica Spalis (Rico Suave)


Author(s): Diane Paulus, Randy Weiner
Producer(s): Simon Friend, Jacob Wagen, Oli Sones, Adam paulden (in association with Dan Looney and Jason Haigh-Eller), Alex Proud (executive producer)
Director: Ryan McBryde
Design: Diego Pitarch
Choreographer: Lucy Ridley

The Donkey Show - A Midsummer Night's Disco

The Donkey Show - A Midsummer Night's Disco (Play) production archive for QTIX code T2027657055. Details of all The Donkey Show - A Midsummer Night's Disco archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01115464694

Archive Listings

9 Jun 16
21 Aug 16
Outer London, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive


No UKTW or User reviews available.
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