Andy MacGregor Director
Kirstin Rodger Set/Costume Designer
Peter Goddard Lighting Designer
Hayley Grogan Sound Designer
Shakespeare loved writing about twins. In fact he loved writing about them so much that in 'A Comedy of Errors' he didn't settle for one set of twins, he went for two. Because two is funnier than one. The mayhem he creates as Antipholus and Dromio of Syracuse get confused for Antipholus and Dromio of Ephesus is a perfect example of his mastery of comic writing. This is an irreverent production filled with laughs, manic confusion and a not insignificant number of sausages.