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This Month: CORIOLAN/US #Shakespeare #Brecht

August 3, 2012

CORIOLAN/US

8-11 and 15-18 August 2012

Near Cardiff

From
SHAKESPEARE and BRECHT
Directed by
MIKE PEARSON and MIKE BROOKES
From the team that created our startling version of Aeschylus’s The Persians on the military training ranges of mid-Wales, the story of Caius Martius – Coriolanus – is re-imagined in the era of 24-hour news, of celebrity culture, and of a new global politics.In association with the Royal Shakespeare Company. Commissioned for the World Shakespeare Festival, which is produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company for London 2012 Festival.
Hangar 858 Picketston
RAF St Athan
Vale of Glamorgan
CF62 4DN
Find out more here.

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