|19th May 2022 to 20th May 2022|
1 Summerhall , Edinburgh South EH9 1PL
|£8 - £12|
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Director: Ewan Downie
Associate Director: Brian Ferguson
Brutus and Cassius fear Caesar will crown himself king. But when they kill Caesar, they unleash forces that threaten to tear their world apart.
Five actors immerse us in Shakespeare’s play, creating a world on the brink of crisis, teeming with crowds and politics: a wild ride from the streets of Rome to the steps of the Capitol, from whispers in the night to outright war.
With their signature physicality, Company of Wolves breathe new life into Shakespeare’s masterpiece, exposing the thin line between trust and deceit, conspiracy and reality, civilisation and mob rule.
VENUE: OLD LAB
AGE GROUP: 11+ (UNDER 18S ACCOMPANIED)
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