The Fairies

Dear Agony Aunt

Dear Agony Aunt, We work for a really powerful and famous couple. They have recently fallen out (quite publicly) and now she has fallen in love with someone else!!! He is such a monster! He’s a wannabe actor, and not in her league, but now we have to serve him as well as our mistress. What should we do about it? Fairies x


  1. try and make her see sense.
    8E sarah bonnell school

  2. Titania wants them to do everything for her which isn't fair and she gets married at the END (by Anon.)

  3. Hi, Not to think of him as a wannabe! If he's not very nice to you then I think you should do something about it. But If you just find him annoying then talk to your mistrss about it and see if she can try and help you see what she see's in him. If you love your mistress then I would let her be happy and if this other man makes her happy, you might have to learn to like him! Try and be civil with him! Be nice to him and I'm sure he'll be nice to you back! Good luck!
    Agony aunt xxx
    (By Fionnuala)

  4. Hopefully is is just a phase your mistress is going through and her passion for this animal won't last for too long. (by Shakespeare's Globe)

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Over hill, over dale, / Thorough bush, thorough briar, / Over park, over pale, / Thorough flood, thorough fire, / I do wander everywhere


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Our names are Peaseblossom, Cobweb, Moth and Mustardseed and we are servants to the fairy queen Titania. We dote on our mistress and also on Bottom when he becomes our mistress’ love.



Singing & serving Titania




Also Called:

  • ‘elves’ (Titania. 3.1.167)

O wall, O sweet, O lovely wall

  1. (3.1.167) Nod to him, elves, and do him courtesies.

  2. (3.1.172) I cry your worships mercy, heartily.


  1. Clip 1

    Carlyss Peer discusses her initial impressions of Fairy. > Play
  2. Clip 2

    Richard James-Neale discusses his initial impressions of Mustardseed. > Play