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First Encounters with Shakespeare – Julius Caesar at Keele University

Saturday 17 February 2018

Please note: These performances will be held at Keele University Chapel.

A company of actors has travelled up and down the land performing their stories. Now they’re coming to Newcastle-under-Lyme to tell a tale of friendship and betrayal.

Caesar, Rome’s leader, has returned from war stronger than ever, but some of his followers are questioning his powers. The plotting continues…

Part of our First Encounters with Shakespeare series for 7-13 year olds, this engaging adaptation is 90 minutes long, uses Shakespeare’s original language and asks audiences to participate in the story. A fantastic first step into Shakespeare for children, families and schools.

Under 16 tickets: £10.00

 

Saturday 17 February 2018

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