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What's it all about?
The RSC transfer their major new production of Julius Caesar to the Nöel Coward Theatre this August as part of the celebrations for the World Shakespeare Festival. The RSC's newly appointed Artistic Director Gregory Doran, finds dark contemporary echoes in modern Africa in Shakespeare's great political thriller.
What's the story?
A group of senators conspire to assassinate their leader Caesar, fearing he will turn the empire into a monarchy under his rule - including his closest friend and advisor Brutus. But the hardest part won't be killing Caesar - it will be handling the consequences and getting the people to support a new government that rises up out of tragedy.
Who's in it?
Paterson Joseph, a familiar face from British TV, takes on the challenging role of the backstabbing Brutus. He is joined by Ray Fearon (Doctors, Harry Potter) as Mark Antony, Jeffery Kissoon (who's been in over 20 Shakespeare plays) as Caesar and Cyril Nri (a regular at the National Theatre and RSC) as Cassius.
Who is Julius Caesar suitable for?
This particular production will be set in Africa, evoking even further the meaning of power and corruption in a setting that rings true in today's reality. If you think Shakespeare is for stuff professors and isn't relevant any more, think again - this one will challenge your preconceived notions.
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Did You Know?
Jeffery Kissoon, who plays Caesar in this production, has previously played the role of Brutus in another production of Julius Caesar. Now he'll know what it feels like to be on the other end of the betrayal!
Audio Performance: Saturday 8 September at 2pm and Wednesday 12 September at 7.30pm
Captioned Performance: Friday 14 September at 7.30pm