More than 200 people turned out to watch Shakespeare in the park in Llandeilo.

The attendees filled the natural amphitheatre in Penlan Park, with the Immersion Theatre company performing an outdoor showcasing of Midsummer Night's Dream.

The evening was boosted with favourable weather, amplifying the fun-filled character of the event.

Immersion Theatre Company performed A Midsummer Night's DreamImmersion Theatre Company performed A Midsummer Night's Dream (Image: Christoph Fischer)

Visitor Dr Angela Rekers shared her review of the event, enthusiastically stating: "The most enjoyable Shakespeare play I've ever seen.

"This is how Shakespeare was meant to be done. The actors captured the essence of what Shakespeare surely intended - fun, energetic and interactive.

"And all the better for being outside in such a beautiful setting!"

Former headteacher Branwen Llewellyn Jones also complimented the performance, saying: "Brilliant interaction with the audience!

"Well done, Llandeilo Town Council for bringing this excellent production of MND to Parc Penlan.

"It was better by far than the production we saw in Stratford by the RSC in the Spring, truly."

The event, organised by Llandeilo Town Council, featured pre-performance entertainment from Ian Shimmin and his classical guitar.

Refreshments were on offer from businesses including Talley Wood Fired Pizza, Llandeilo Round Table, The Tregeyb and Diod, and the mayor Charlotte Morgan and mayoress Charlotte Walker were on hand lending their chains of office to the children to try on.

Children were able to try on the mayor and mayoress of Llandeilo's chains of officeChildren were able to try on the mayor and mayoress of Llandeilo's chains of office (Image: Christoph Fischer)

It was "a great evening for the community," a resident commented on Facebook.

"Thanks to everyone who attended," said a spokesperson for the council.

"With the success of this first venture into theatre territory, hopefully there will be more in the future.

"Next year the theatre group are performing "The Tempest" and the town council hopes to invite them back to perform."