More House School in Frensham is back with another show-stopper that will have you out of your seats and on the dance floor!

Twelth Night Fever is the latest musical number by the school’s group of neurodiverse players More The Merrier. Last year, the group became stars following the smash-hit of Rockbeth, which was awarded a Fringe Sell-Out Laurel and received several glowing reviews with one stating that the show was a “proper tribute to Shakespeare.”

It is a modern musicalised version of William Shakespeare’s gender-bending comedy and will show for one night only at the Haslemere Hall on Friday, July 5 from 7.30pm. The performance will help raise money so the group can take Twelfth Night Fever to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August.

L-R Maria, Sir Andrew and Sir Toby in Twelfth Night Fever
L-R Maria, Sir Andrew and Sir Toby in Twelfth Night Fever (More House School) (More House School)

More House School’s Head of Drama David Aldred said: “Twelfth Night Fever is the perfect antidote to our times – it is joyful and glitzy, and our audiences come out beaming with smiles. We could all do with more laughter in our lives.

”It also shows that people with neurodiversity can attain the confidence and skills to perform at the highest level. Our cast has been on an extraordinary journey, overcoming many personal challenges to be on stage.

“We are really excited to be coming to Haslemere Hall en route to Edinburgh and the world’s largest arts festival.’

Twelfth Night Fever is performed with singing and dancing by an all-male cast for an authentic Shakespearean experience. Featuring classic disco numbers including Night Fever, Rock The Boat, I Feel Love, Boogie Wonderland and That's The Way (I Like It).

The fresh take on a classic comedy is also described as a brand-new genre ‘Shakespeare Disco.’

Tickets are £16 for stall seats and £19 for tiered seats and are available to purchase online at