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20th November, 2019



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20th November, 2019
End Date:
28th November, 2019
Courtyard Theatre, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
£0 - £10

Her land invaded. Her throne usurped. Her family abused. Boudica will fight.

AD 60. Britain is the latest conquest of the sprawling Roman Empire. Queen Boudica intends to rise up against the foreign power, but the native tribes are at each other’s throats. Can a fragile coalition of warlords beat back the power of Rome? And what will be lost if they can’t?

Premiered at the Globe in 2017, Tristan Bernays reimagines the Shakespeare history play as a female-driven epic narrative of scope and spectacle, asking who lives on this cold island on the fringes of Europe, and who we could be.

By Tristan Bernays

Director: Jon Pashley

Performed by BA (Hons) Acting Musical Theatre, working alongside students from the BA (Hons) Theatre Practice

By arrangement with Nick Hern Books.

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