“Th’ abuse of greatness is when it disjoins Remorse from power.” Act II, scene 1
Shakespeare’s Globe brings a startlingly relevant new production of the epic tragedy Julius Caesar to the grounds of Magdalen College School in Oxford this summer.
Conspiracy to kill, public broadcast of cunning rhetoric, a divisive fight for greatness. Ancient Rome has never felt closer.
When Cassius and Brutus decide Rome’s leader Julius Caesar poses a political threat to their beloved country, there’s only one solution…
Shakespeare’s Globe and award-winning Director Diane Page brings this brutal tale of ambition, incursion and revolution to life.
Age guidance: 12+
Duration: 150 minutes with an interval
Tickets from £10.00
Everyone is asked to arrive prepared for the expected weather condition. Refunds will only be offered if a performance is cancelled or postponed.
Tuesday 19 July – 7.30pm
Wednesday 20 July – 7.30pm
Thursday 21 July – 7.30pm
Friday 22 July – 7.30pm
Saturday 23 July – 2.30pm and 7.30pm
Sunday 24 July – 1.00pm and 6.00pm
This is an Outdoor Production. Please dress appropriately for weather conditions.
Performances will continue in all but the most extreme weather conditions, where it may be deemed unsafe for the production to continue.
As weather conditions can change, and forecasts are inaccurate, the decision to cancel or postpone a performance may not be taken until the published start time.
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