Why See Imperium - Part I: Conspirator?
An Epic Tale
After a stellar run in Stratford-Upon-Avon, The Royal Shakespeare Company's Imperium plays are receiving their West End transfer this Summer. Only running for a strictly limited run, the two-parter, which is based on the bestselling Cicero Trilogy by Robert Harris, follows the rise of Cicero, one of ancient Rome's most prolific politicians and greatest orators.
Olivier and Tony award winner Richard McCabe (The Audience) and The Crown's Joseph Kloska take on the characters of Cicero and Tiero respectfully, in this epic tale.
Imperium I: Conspirator
Told through the eyes of Cicero's loyal secretary, Tiro, Imperium charts the early success of Cicero. Through his exceptional triumphs and devastating defeats, Cicero battles with political rivals, aristocrats and potential dictators to protect and defend Rome's republic, ultimately paving the way to brutal end for one of the worlds largest empires...
Opening night: 14 June 2018
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Richard McCabe as Cicero
Joseph Kloska as Tiero
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