Review of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s fine version of Julius Caesar (linked). While Angus Jackson gives us a conventional swords and sandals interpretation, the high quality of acting makes this essential viewing.
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The Wars of The Roses at Kingston-on-Thames revives the 1963 RSC John Barton and Peter Hall’s adaptation of Henry VI Parts I. II and III plus Richard III into three plays in a day. It was our second three plays in a day in a week.
The Wars of The Roses overview (LINKED)
SEE LINKS BELOW FOR EACH PLAY
Henry VI … 11 am (REVIEW LINK)
Edward IV … 3 pm (REVIEW LINK)
Richard III … 7.30 pm (REVIEW LINK)