£5 tickets are available for RSC shows in London
Noël Coward Theatre
£5 per ticket
25 tickets will be reserved for every performance (except Press Night) for individuals aged 16-25 who must make the booking themselves. 15 of these can be booked in advance and 10 will be sold on the day of performance in person from 10am at the Noel Coward Theatre Box Office.
Julius Caesar, 8 August - 15 September
Independent on Sunday
'Intelligent and deeply moving. Gregory Doran transports us exhilaratingly to a modern Africa'
A fast-moving thriller about a struggle for democracy, Julius Caesar is also a story about two men united by an explosive act of political violence. With echoes of the recent overthrow of dictators during the 'Arab Spring', the production explores the implications of political assassination and the unpredictability of its aftermath.
Much Ado About Nothing, 24 September - 27 October
'A visual feast'
Set in modern day Africa, Julius Caesar features a distinguished cast including Ray Fearon as Mark Antony; Paterson Joseph as Brutus; Jeffery Kissoon as Caesar and Cyril Nri as Cassius. The production is directed by RSC Artistic Director Designate Gregory Doran.
'Meera Syal is a wonderful Beatrice, Paul Bhattacharjee is her irresistible Benedick'
This vibrant and colourful production transposes Shakespeare's vivacious and at times unsettling, comedy of love and deceit to an Indian setting.
Starring Meera Syal and Paul Battacharjee as Beatrice and Benedick.
All tickets, including those booked in advance can only be collected from the venue Box Office from one hour before the performance. Proof of age will be required. Tickets will be allocated entirely at the discretion of the Box Office.
Call the Box Office on 0844 482 5141 to book £5 tickets.
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