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The best thing about Shakespeare in the park is the set design. Director Anthony Harkin says: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream is perfect in Centennial Park, as there’s no need to imagine the woods or the night sky. They’re all around you. It’s immediate and visceral. We’re making a 400- year-old play relevant, not with sets and costumes, but with a brilliant cast and a fresh approach”. The brilliant cast belongs to a brand new Sydney-based theatre company, WildRumpus, who are negotiating an ongoing program with Centennial Parklands. The event is BYO food and drinks, so pack that picnic and enjoy summer Athenian style.

The 1999 Film

Every Fr, Sat & Sun 5 – 29 Nov, Belvedere Amphitheatre, Centennial Park, entry via Woollahra Gates. $25. 1300 438 849,,

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