Posts Tagged ‘RSC Open Stages’

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Othello in Cardiff, starts Tue 19th @Chaptertweets

January 18, 2016

Tuesday 19 JanuarySaturday 23 January

Book Tickets

Duration: 2 hr 30 mins (including interval)

Rogue’z Theatre presents: Othello

By William Shakespeare

Jealousy and vengeance brings utter destruction of two people in love and all those around them wrought by Iago, the personification of pure evil and Othello’s most trusted Ancient.

Intense and emotionally charged, we witness the tragic and inevitable destruction of Othello, Desdemona and of all those around them.

A true Jacobean tragedy, Othello has remained Shakespeare’s most loved tragedy.

£12/£9 (concessions on Tuesday and Saturday matinee only)

Rogue’z Theatre, as part of their Celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare 1616 – 2016 programme, are offering workshops and free school visits, promoting and exploring the fun of Shakespeare, throwing away the text books and ‘Physicalising Shakespeare’. Having worked with RSC practitioners, we would like to offer you the opportunity of exploring the RSC world of making Shakespeare fun!

For further information contact: Rogue’z Theatre roguetheatre@hotmail.co.uk

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Shakespeare’s Macbeth in Cardiff

June 17, 2014

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