Bell Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors

This event has been cancelled.

All ticketholders will receive a full refund in accordance with the Ticketing Code of Practice.  We will work our way down the list of ticketholders and where we can, will be crediting your method of payment automatically.

If we require more information we will contact you. Please be patient with us as we work our way through the list.


A message from Bell Shakespeare:

Like all companies in the live performance sector, Bell Shakespeare has been significantly impacted by the essential restrictions enforced in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The Comedy of Errors was to be a major national tour scheduled to open in regional NSW in late June, then touring to 28 venues around Australia. Unfortunately we have no choice but to cancel the tour in its entirety.

Bell Shakespeare’s annual national tour is at the heart of what we do – sharing Shakespeare with Australians everywhere. It is a highlight of our year, and the decision to cancel has not been made lightly. But as ever, the health and wellbeing of our artists and communities remains the primary concern for us all. 

Bell Shakespeare thanks you for your support and friendship during this difficult time.


Shipwrecked and separated 25 years earlier, two sets of long-lost twins miraculously find themselves in the same city on the same day. What could possibly go wrong?

The Comedy of Errors is a hilarious romp of swapped identities, misguided love, mistaken imprisonment and chaotic mishaps, leading to an unbelievably crazy day for bumbling twins.

At the heart of this tale of comedic misfortune is an old man searching for his lost children who has found himself in the fight of his life…to save his life. As far-fetched coincidences unfold, chaotic hilarity ensues and a man’s life could be saved — if only everything would go to plan.

Directed by Bell Shakespeare’s Artistic Director Peter Evans, this is a beautiful story about reunion, wrapped up in an evening of entertainment and laughter.

After a day of mistaken identity leading to unfair thrashings, wrongful arrests and false charges of infidelity, robbery, madness and even demonic possession, can the twins possibly reunite and live happily ever after?


This performance is part of SEASON TWENTY TWENTY. Choose at least four (4) shows from the Main Season and enjoy all the benefits.  Subscriber benefits include:  deferred payment options, supper after the show, discounted tickets, exchange your tickets to another show in the Main Season if your plans change.

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Add Food and Drink to Your Theatre Experience

Don’t worry about rushing across town at the last minute, come to the Theatre early and enjoy drinks and a platter of premium products from Knights Deli.

Pre-ordered platters will be available to be collected pre-show from one hour before the performance commences.  There are options for vegetarians and meat lovers, and gluten free crackers can be arranged through the Box Office in advance (phone 6926 9688). The bar will be open serving local wines and beers, as well as a selection of other favourites.

* Please note food will not be permitted to be taken into the auditorium, please allow enough time to enjoy your platter.

We look forward to seeing you early for a drink and a snack!

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Before you hit the button to buy your pre-show platter take note of the date of your performance.

Date & Time:

Saturday 11 July, 7:30pm


Duration:

Two hours 40 minutes including interval


Ticket Prices:

Adult $60.00
Concession $55.00
Group 4+ $55.00
Youth U25 $40.00
Child U15 $15.00
Adult Subscriber $55.00
Concession Subscriber $50.00
Youth U25 Subscriber $35.00
School groups $20.00


Venue:

Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre
Burns Way (off Tarcutta St)
Wagga Wagga NSW 2650


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