Entity Theatre presents Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors 7-24.Jul.2022

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This summer, Entity Theatre  presents William Shakespeare’s hilarious comedy: The Comedy of Errors,  at Theatron, Westpark.


July 7–10, 2022,  19:00

July 11–14, 2022, 19:00

July 21-24, 2022, 19:00




Performances will last approx. 100 minutes.  Simply bring a blanket and a picnic and enjoy our abridged version of this fun play.

Please be advised that this is an outdoor production; we recommend that you wear suitable clothing and footwear.

In case of rain, please check our weather phone for an update by 16:00     on performance days:     0176 52441735.



About the Play


The Greek towns of Ephesus and Syracuse are at war with each other. One day, Syracusian merchant Ægeon is stranded in Ephesus while searching for his lost son Antipholus. Unfortunately, Ægeon is found out to be from Syracuse and consequently detained by Duke Solinus. When he informs the Duke that he lost both his wife and his identical twin sons, twenty-three years ago in a shipwreck, Duke Solinus begins to pity Ægeon and promises that he will free him if Ægeon manages to raise a ransom of 1,000 marks by 5 o’clock that same day.


At the same time, Antipholus arrives in Ephesus from Syracuse, together with his servant, Dromio. Both quickly disguise their identities to avoid being arrested – and yet, on their exploration of the town, everyone in Ephesus seems to know them by their names. A lady called Adriana, takes Antipholus into her home, even calling him husband; Angelo, a goldsmith, gifts Antipholus with a chain of pure gold; the local Courtezan greets Antipholus as a regular costumer – and Dromio, well, all of a sudden, he finds himself married to a local beauty! Antipholus and Dromio are confused and suspect that some witchcraft has possessed the Ephesians. The confusion increases when a second Antipholus and a second Dromio enter the scene – and are swiftly arrested for alleged misconduct.


Meanwhile, the clock is ticking for Ægeon – will he find a friend in Ephesus to  ransom him? Perhaps someone in the audience can help?


Adaptation and direction by Conny Loder & Yohn Yates 

Produced by Ken Lawler & Peter Heinz 


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