Competition – Win tickets to see Propeller at the Theatre Royal

Propeller is an all-male company that adds a comic twist to many Shakespearian classics, giving hilarious performances that are a must-see for any Shakespeare fan. Led by director Edward Hall, his two latest offerings are sure to have you rolling in the aisles. Propeller’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream has enchanted audiences around the world. In Shakespeare’s most magical play, love and illusion collide when two pairs of lovers become entangled in fairy mischief on the eve of a Royal Wedding. Dreams and reality become interchangeable and romantic chaos ensues. The Comedy of Errors also offers up some fine entertainment and is arguably Shakespeare’s smartest and most farcical play. Two sets of estranged twins, separated at birth, find themselves in the same city 25 years later with hilarious consequences. A series of mistaken identities, assumed personas, and wild mishaps bring a family crisis into heart-warming focus. Neither of these plays are to be missed!

To be in with a chance of winning two tickets to see either of these plays on Tuesday 18th (The Comedy of Errors) or Wednesday 19th February (A Midsummer Night’s Dream) simply answer the following question:

What is the correct name of one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays?

A. Thelma and Louise

B. Romeo and Juliet

C. Bill and Ben

Please send your answer, followed by the name of the play you would like to see, to or

Gender is no obstacle in farcical The Comedy of Errors by Saturday 15th February for a chance to win. Terms and conditions apply. All restrictions, terms and conditions can be found at

A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Comedy of Errors are produced by Propeller in association with The Touring Partnership and will be performed at the Theatre Royal Nottingham.  A Midsummer Night’s Dream performances are scheduled to take place Wednesday 19th at 7.30pm, Thursday 20th at 2pm and Saturday 22nd at 7.30pm. The Comedy of Errors Tuesday 18th at 7.30pm, Friday 21st at 7.30pm and  Saturday 22nd at 2pm.

Tickets are £16 – 26.50 plus concessions and can be purchased on the theatre website or by ringing the theatre box office directly on 0115 989 5555.