Shakespeare’s fantastical tale of love in exile is one of his most popular comedies. Rosalind and Orlando are banished from their homeland, only to find freedom and the return of friends and family in the wild depths of the forest.
Winner of house theatre’s Contemporary Classic commission, Transport reinvents this much-loved text with an ensemble cast and a strong visual style to tell a timely story about love, statelessness and the human capacity to endure.
Read a Q&A with the director
Post-show discussion on Sat 9 Nov