Shakespeare’s brutal tale of ambition, incursion, and revolution
This Summer, we confront our own political landscape as Shakespeare’s epic tragedy Julius Caesar takes on startlingly new relevance in the Globe Theatre, and across the UK as part of Globe on Tour.
Diane Page, winner of the 2021 JMK Award, brings Shakespeare’s brutal tale of ambition, incursion, and revolution to life in the Globe and on tour across the UK.
Julius Caesar is booking from 3 May 2022 until 10 September 2022 at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, London.
What is Julius Caesar about?
Conspiracy to kill, public broadcast of cunning rhetoric, a divisive fight for Greatness. Ancient Rome has never felt closer to home.
When Cassius and Brutus decide Rome’s leader Julius Caesar poses a political threat to their beloved country, there’s only one solution.
Who is in the cast of Julius Caesar?
The cast includes Charlotte Bate (I Think We Are Alone, Frantic Assembly) as Cassius, Omar Bynon (2036: Pawn, Bush Theatre) as Decius/Soothsayer, Anna Crichlow (The Worst Witch, Royal & Derngate) as Brutus, Amie Francis (Paradise, National Theatre) as Calpurnia, Cash Holland (Homos or Everyone in America, Finborough Theatre) as Portia/Murellus, Jack Myers (South Downs, Chichester Festival Theatre) as Caska/Octavius, Samuel Oatley (Richard III, York Theatre Royal/Nottingham Playhouse) as Mark Antony, and Dickon Tyrrell (Macbeth, Globe 2020) as Julius Caesar.
Directed by Diane Page with design by Khadija Raza and dramaturgy by Jesse Haughton-Shaw. Also choreography by Asha Jennings-Grant, composition by Simon Slater, and movement by Glynn MacDonald.
Reviews of Julius Caesar
Reviews for Julius Caesar at Shakespeare's Globe coming soon.
Matinees: Tuesday, Friday, Saturday
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