How does one justify the bloodshed of not only a ruler, but a friend?
Saturday, 2nd July 2022 at 7:30pm – Doors open at 7:15pm
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“Beware the Ides of March.”
A warning that has been become infamous due to the dramatic downfall of Roman dictator Julius Caesar. Shakespeare’s play follows not only Caesar’s feuding with his Senate, but the psychological turmoil and dilemma of loyalty of one of his friends, Brutus.
Political tensions mixed with personal jealousies drive conspirators to plan one of history’s most impactful assassinations. Does Brutus believe the plan is for the greater good of the Roman Empire? How does one justify the bloodshed of not only a ruler, but a friend?
This booking is for Saturday 2 July 19:30
Saturday, July 2nd 2022
Doors open: 7:15pm
Bookings close: July 1st 2022