Theatre lovers have got their last chance to buy tickets to see Shakespeare’s Globe perform The Comedy Of Errors at Heaton Park.
The show, telling the boisterous tale of two pairs of identical twins who were accidentally separated at birth, is coming to the Manchester City Council run park on Tuesday June 23 and will run until Sunday June 28, with matinee performances on Wednesday June 24 and Saturday June 27.
The Globe is now completing its European tour with this production, having played in Germany and Norway with huge success, and their recent performances in Brighton were so popular they had to book another night.
Councillor Mike Amesbury, Manchester City Council's Executive Member for the Environment, said: "Thousands enjoyed last year's Romeo And Juliet performance at Heaton Park, and we are delighted The Globe are returning as part of what will be a marvellous summer of events at the park.
"The Comedy Of Errors promises to be just as successful an event as last year's performance, and we're looking forward to welcoming theatre lovers to Heaton Park once again."
Sarah Ridgeway, who went to The University of Manchester and is playing the part of Adriana, said: "I'm delighted to be returning to Manchester, as I know we'll receive the warmest of welcomes. My friends are really looking forward to the performances at the beautiful Heaton Park."
The performance is coming to Heaton Park in partnership with Metrolink. Tickets are now on sale from www.quaytickets.com telephone 0870 428 0785 or www.shakespeares-globe.org or telephone 020 7401 9919. Adults tickets cost £15, and children's cost £10.
There is also a promotional offer for performances on Wednesday June 24. When you buy tickets for any of Wednesday's performances by telephone, say "Wednesday Special" at the time of booking. Tickets can then be bought for the discounted price of £10 adult and £5 child, while this offer is available.