The Royal Shakespeare Company return to the Barbican, performing a trio of William Shakespeare's works at the end of 2019. Measure for Measure rounds off the three plays, in a story where religion and demonic forces in society seem to be at work together influencing behaviour.
The cast is completed by David Ajao, Joseph Arkley, Hannah Azuonye, Patrick Brennan, Melody Brown, Graeme Brookes, Antony Byrne, James Cooney, Tom Dawze, Sandy Grierson, Amanda Harris, Karina Jones, Sophie Khan Levy, Alexander Mushore, Michael Patrick, Lucy Phelps, Claire Price and Amy Trigg.
RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran (The Tempest, 2017; Imperium I: Conspirator and Imperium II: Dictator, 2018) directs this new production of Measure for Measure, which was written in the early 1600s but feels even more urgent today.
When a young novice nun is compromised by a corrupt official who offers to save her brother from execution in return for sex, she has no idea where to turn for help. When she threatens to expose him, he tells her that no one would believe her.
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You can book from 21-Sep-2019 to 16-Jan-2020.
Saturday 14th December 2019, 1.15pm – Audio-described and captioned performance with Touch Tour (11.15am)
Tuesday 14th January 2020, 7.15pm – BSL-integrated performance
Tuesday 14th January 2020 – BSL-interpreted post-show talk – Free to same-day ticket holders.
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(10mins) Take Goswell Road and turn right at Fann Street. Continue straight onto Fortune Street, before turning right at Whitecross Street and follow it all the way down to the theatre entrance.