Join children from across the city of Hull as they work together to share the story of William Shakespeare’s excellent comedy: Twelfth Night.
When shipwrecked upon the shore of Illyria, a country where it isn’t clear who is a friend or foe, Viola is forced to hide her identity and pretend to be a boy. But when asked to woo the lady Olivia for the lovesick Duke Orinso, Viola faces more than she bargained for.
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