A comedy of referendum errors...

THE independence debate will be played out in Shakespearian verse in this year's Bard in the Botanics.

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After a hit las year with Much Ado About Nothing, Robert Elkin and James Ronan return as Antipholous and Dromio of Syracuse in a new production of The Comedy of Errors.

The production will take a look at strained English-Scottish relations as witnessed in the lead-up to this autumn's referendum.

The Comedy of Errors opens the 2014 Bard in the Botanics season on Friday June 27.

The centrepiece production sees Jennifer Dick directing a new staging of Henry V, which opens on Friday July 18.

This will feature one of the largest casts the Shakespeare festival has ever assembled, and will pay tribute to World War One soldiers.

Ticket deals for all shows can be found online via www.bardinthebotanics.co.uk

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