Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night to grace St Dunstan’s Church in Mayfield

EXCITING direction, sensational costumes and original sets are lined up for a Mayfield performance of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night from March 15-17 next month.

It will be directed in St Dunstan’s Church by Kirrie Wratten with sets designed by young graduate Liz King from the Rose Burford College of Theatre and Performance.

Costumes are by Jo Compton who trained as a fashion designer at the St Martin’s School of Art and is a freelance consultant specialising in the creative sector and small businesses.

There will be a pre-show talk from Sophie Watkiss on Saturday, March 10 from 10.30am, also in St Dunstan’s Church. Sophie is currently an educational practitioner at the Donmar Warehouse, Covent Garden and has worked on their production of Twelfth Night staged at Wyndhams Theatre in 2009. Tickets for this talk cost £2.50 and tickets for the play itself cost £12 and £8 for 18s and under from Burnetts Estate Agents in Mayfield High Street or by going online to: from February 20 onwards.