Rebecca Hall stars in her father’s production of Twelfth Night
Twelfth Night dir Peter Hall, National Theatre,
11th January-2nd March Sold out: Returns or queue on the day for tickets
One of Peter Hall’s definitive productions in launching the RSC in 1960 was a youthful Twelfth Night with Dorothy Tutin, Geraldine McEwan and Ian Holm. It remains one of his favourite plays, a melancholic, masterpiece which, like Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro and Verdi’s Falstaff, celebrates the absurdity of human behaviour.
There’s added piquancy in the NT…
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