RSC's acclaimed Julius Caesar - tickets available from just £20.12

Posted: 1st August 2012
Shakespeare meets Africa at London's Noel Coward Theatre for up to 38% off, available until 7th September

As well as it being the year of the London Olympics, 2012 also marks the staging of the World Shakespeare Festival with numerous production of the great Bard's work being performed right around the globe, as well as in the UK. As well as traditional stage-productions on offer, there are countless modern adaptations to choose from, including the Noel Coward Theatre's critically-acclaimed update of Julius Caesar, which runs until 15th September 2012.

Gregory Doran's Caesar is transported to modern-day Africa where political violence is the order of the day in a struggle for democracy and ultimately peace. In Doran's setting, two men are thrown into turmoil, conspiracy and tragedy that echoes present struggles as well as Shakespeare's original play. Most critics have lauded it as "Intelligent and deeply moving" (Sunday Times), "Gripping" (Telegraph) or "Triumphantly staged" (Express). Mark Antony is played by Ray Fearon and Caesar by Jeffery Kissoon, both actors described as 'eloquent' and 'superb'.

The production is booking until mid-September and we have discounted seats to tell you about. The Special Offer is: book selected tickets to see Julius Caesar at the Noel Coward Theatre for just £20.12. The offer applies to Grand Circle seats on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays until 7th September. In addition, there are also small discounts to be had on Stalls for Friday performances.

To take advantage of this offer, please click on the Book this offer button below.

Paul Pledger