Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar - The Actor's Wheel


This Summer sees dynamic young company The Actor’s Wheel stride across the South West venues in their fifth regional tour. This year it’s Julius Caesar.

“How many ages hence
Shall this our lofty scene be acted over
In states unborn and accents yet unknown!”

Caesar returns in triumph to Rome and the people take to the streets.  But not all the voices of the city are raised in celebration.  Fearing the rise of tyranny, what should the honourable citizen do?  Shakespeare’s searing political thriller asks, if violence can ever be justified in opposing tyranny? What does freedom cost? 

This is the fifth year of the now very popular Actor’s Wheel regional tour, with the company visiting a range of venues as part of their training. Lead by industry professionals based at Plymouth Marjon University, this extraordinary training company has had resounding success in earlier years with The Tempest, Faustus, The Winter’s Tale and King Lear.
              
TOUR INFORMATION
09-11 May 7:30pm
The Desmond Tutu Theatre
Plymouth Marjon University – Plymouth
Tickets: www.marjon.ac.uk  E: kjohnson@marjon.ac.uk
23 May 7:30pm
Cygnet Theatre - Exeter
Tickets: www.cygnettheatre.co.uk  T: 01392 277189
24 May 7:30pm
Sterts Theatre – (near Liskeard)
Tickets: www.sterts.co.uk   T: 01579 362382
26 May 7:30pm
Barbican Theatre – Plymouth
Tickets: www.barbicantheatre.co.uk  T: 01752 267131

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