See Tweedy in an enchanting new production of a Shakespeare classic in Cheltenham

Heading to Cheltenham this March 2024, enter into a world of enchantment at the Everyman Theatre's production of Shakespeare's classic comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream — starring the much-loved Gloucestershire clown, Tweedy.

By Zoe Gater  |  Published
Gloucestershire's favorurite clown, Tweedy, stars in a new production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream when it comes to Cheltenham in March 2024.

Combining magic, mishaps and traditional Shakespearean wit with an imaginative musical twist, the Everyman Theatre brings its unique interpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream to the stage this March 2024, with a premiere in Cheltenham before embarking on a UK tour. 

Starring the inimitable Tweedy the Clown, who is recognised throughout the land for his physical comedy and slapstick prowess — and featured in King Charles's first ever New Year Honours List — along with the Everyman Theatre Company’s talented troupe, this magical journey to the mystical realm of Athens promises chaos and comedy for all ages.

Whether you’re a Shakespeare aficionado or being introduced to his work for the first time, audiences won't want to miss experiencing the enchantment of the timeless classic, where fairies dance in moonlit glades and lovers’ destinies intertwine...

Appearing on the Everyman stage from Thursday 21 to Saturday 30 March 2024, the show offers a unique approach to Shakespeare with its witty dialogue, unforgettable characters and a touch of the supernatural.

There will also be post-show discussions with director, Paul Milton, following the performances on Wednesday 27 and Thursday 28 March 2024. 

For more information, or to book tickets, visit


A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Everyman Theatre


Thursday 21 to Saturday 30 March 2024


From 7.30pm with matinee performances at 2pm on Saturday 23, Thursday 28 and Saturday 30 March 2024


Tickets start from £15 per person


(01242) 572573

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