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Picture slideshow: A Midsummer Night's Dream
Friday, 22 June 2012
Act Two; scene one. A wood near Athens. Oberon squeezes the flower on Titania's eyes, helped by Puck: "What thou seest when thou dost wake, Do it for thy true-love take, Love and languish for his sake"
Titania, under the spell which Oberon has put on her, launches herself at Bottom who has been transformed into a donkey.
Hermia and two fairies attend on Bottom
The Mechanicals: Bottom (left) and Flute (right) argue with Snout about who ought to play Thisby in their comedy
Lysander and Demetrius both woe Helena who thinks they are doing it to make fun of her.
Lysander and Demetrius's allegiance both switch to Helena (right) as Hermia, held by the two boys, thinks they all make fun of her.
Let the Principal Theatre Company bring some sunshine into your summer with their swinging sixties version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Performing at Capel Manor and Old Ashmolean Rugby Club over the coming month, the company will also be performing Julius Caesar.
To view more information and book tickets, please go to: https://forms.enfield.gov.uk/peo/show.asp
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