Booking from: Fri, 15th May 2009
Booking to: Fri, 2nd October 2009
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Julius Caesar directed by Lucy Bailey.
As Julius Caesar’s strength and popularity look set to propel him to the imperial throne, those closest to him act to prevent what they fear will become a dictatorship. But the brutal assassination of one man unleashes a tide of violence that will drag thousands into a bloody civil war.
A masterpiece of political powerplay and manipulation, Julius Caesar examines the conflict between one man’s ambition and the good of the state.
Director Lucy Bailey joins the RSC for the first time. Lucy’s recent credits include Timon of Athens and Titus Andronicus for Shakespeare’s Globe as well as work with Chichester Festival Theatre, Hampstead Theatre and the National Theatre, where her acclaimed production of Baby Doll played before transferring to the West End. Other Shakespeare productions include Twelfth Night and A Midsummer Night’s Dream for the Royal Exchange Theatre. She also directed the West Yorkshire Playhouse and West End hit The Postman Always Rings Twice with a cast including Val Kilmer.
Booking from Fri, 15th May 2009
Booking to Fri, 2nd October 2009
Stratford upon Avon
The nearest train station is Stratford-Upon-Avon.
Stratford-Upon-Avon, the birthplace of Shakespeare, is in Warwickshire, about 100 miles north of London. Trains from London to Stratford run from London Euston with a journey time of about two hours (you may have to change at Birmingham).
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