British Black and Asian Shakespeare Performance Database
Twelfth Night (2012): Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal Shakespeare Theatre
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PRINCIPAL CAST: Kirsty Bushell (Olivia); Nicholas Day (Sir Toby Belch); Bruce Mackinnon (Sir Andrew Aguecheek); Kevin McMonagle (Feste); Cecilia Noble (Maria); Jonathan Slinger (Malvolio); Emily Taaffe (Viola).
The first performance of this production took place on 8 March 2012.
"David Farr's production is set in a decaying club and is held together by Jonathan Slinger, whose Malvolio is like a chief floorwalker from Grace Brothers [of the popular 1970s sitcom Are You Being Served?], Kevin McMonagle's ageing Teddy Boy Feste and Nicholas Day's authentic booze-hound Sir Toby Belch." ~ Neil Norman, Daily Express, 27 April 2010, in Theatre Record 2012, Issue 9
"Twelfth Night features a crumbling art deco hotel." ~ Patrick Marmion, Daily Mail, 4 May 2012, in Theatre Record 2012, Issue 9
"...while the superb presence and diction of Cecilia Noble's Abbess [in Comedy of Errors] is a pleasure encountered again in her Maria and Juno in David Farr's productions of Twelfth Night and The Tempest." ~ Patrick Carnegy, Spectator, 5 May 2012, in Theatre Record 2012, Issue 9
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