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Theatre Makers: Women In Shakespeare

12 - 16 June

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Theatre Makers: Women In Shakespeare

12 - 16 June


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From: £130.00

Shakespeare belongs to everyone!

Inspired by the role of women in Julius Caesar, this week in-residence project will launch with a pre-show meeting before watching the evening performance of the Royal Shakespeare Company show on Wednesday 7 June.

You are invited to immerse yourself in an experimental approach to Shakespeare and its continued relevance to the modern world. Individual and collective responses to themes will be explored and the journey will begin. Join us in a creative, safe space, to share in the unifying power of storytelling as the women in Julius Caesar are reclaimed and reimagined.

There is an opportunity for a shared viewing at the end of the project followed by a Q&A session.

No previous theatre experience is necessary. This project is open to anyone who identifies as a woman.

Important information

Age recommendation: 18+

Ticket prices: £130 (Including a ticket to Julius Caesar)

Sessions are on the following dates:
Monday 12 June  – Friday 16 June

Additional information:
Running time: 10am-4pm (and the evening of 16 Jun)
Please wear clothes that are comfortable for movement, and bring a packed lunch
Sessions will be held in Studio 1 unless otherwise informed.

Creative Engagement

Take Part

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Stage Two

Eat & Drink

Fresh, seasonal, and locally sourced produce. Enjoy the best in food and drink  at our restaurant Prelude or a quick delicious bite before the show.

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