REVIEW: Julius Caesar, Bridge Theatre (2018)
David Calder as Caesar - Photo: Manuel Harlan

REVIEW: Julius Caesar, Bridge Theatre (2018)

For the two hours without interval, the groundlings will stand as the crowd being swayed by the political speeches of Brutus (Ben Whishaw) and Mark Antony (David Morrissey) or as the inhabitants of the battle scenes at Philippi.

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REVIEW: Julius Caesar, Noel Coward Theatre (2012)

In a wonderful production for the Royal Shakespeare Company, its new Artistic Director Gregory Doran sets Julius Caesar in Africa using an all black cast of Britain's finest actors. Somehow the rhythm of Shakespearean verse and the clarity of the African pronunciation, along with the political theme of power politics and regime change, work well in the new setting.

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