Society and the Individual

A series of discussion events exploring the nature of individuality within society, inspired by Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, As You Like It and Measure for Measure.

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Panel discussions at The Other Place Studio Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon

Measure for Measure: To whom should I complain?

Thursday 8 August, 5 - 6.15pm

Shakespeare wrote about human nature, allowing his work to reflect communities and events throughout history. Measure for Measure is set in a society where straitlaced, buttoned up conservatism rubs against more liberated, uninhibited ways of thinking. A woman is compromised by a man in authority. When she threatens to expose him, he tells her that no one will believe her. “To whom should I complain?” she asks.

Measure for Measure panel

  • Ewan Fernie

  • Gregory Doran

  • Dr Emma Whipday

  • Andrea Gibbons

  • Stephen de Wijze

 

BOOK TICKETS

 

Get 50% off Vision or Vanity: The influence of Garrick's Shakespeare Jubilee at Shakespeare Birthplace Trust when you book for our Measure for Measure debate. This offer can be redeemed in person on presentation of ticket at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust box office.

 

BOOKING TICKETS

Tickets for the discussions cost £8. You can book tickets online by clicking the links above, by phoning the RSC Ticket Hotline on 01789 403493, or by calling into the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.