Go See: Captioned plays at London’s Kings Cross this autumn

Posted on June 15, 2016



This is a sponsored post from the Donmar Warehouse theatre in London.

In 2012, Phyllida Lloyd’s all-female production of Julius Caesar placed the play in a women’s prison. It stunned audiences on both sides of the Atlantic and challenged the idea of ‘who owns Shakespeare?’

Donmar Trilogy to useIn 2014, Phyllida reunited with actor Harriet Walter for Henry IV, the second instalment in what was then announced as a trilogy of works from these major artists.

 

This autumn the project will conclude with The Tempest forming the final part of THE SHAKESPEARE TRILOGY, as we break free from the Donmar Warehouse to perform in a new 420-seat in-the-round temporary theatre at King’s Cross, immediately adjacent to King’s Cross station and directly accessible from King’s Boulevard.

Julius Caesar

Each show will be captioned by StageText for D/deaf, deafened and hard of hearing customers.

THE TEMPEST:
Monday 28 November, 7.30pm

JULIUS CAESAR:
Monday 12 December, 7.30pm

HENRY IV:
Tuesday 6 December, 7.30pm

To book, please call 0844 815 7151 or email access@donmarwarehouse.com

For more information please visit: www.donmarwarehouse.com 

 

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