21 New Globe Walk, Bankside, London SE1 9DT

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Closed October 1, 2017

The new play by Tristan Bernays

Why See Boudica?

The world premiere play arrives in 2017!

As part of 2017's Summer Of Love season at the Globe, the world premiere of Tristan Bernays' Boudica will be lighting up the historic venue starring Gina McKee, as part of artistic director Emma Rice's final season. This new retelling of the tale of Britain's historic warrior queen Boudica follows fierce leader in her bloody uprising against the Roman Empire in an epic tale of power, politics and love.

Bernays' previous works in recent years include plays such as The Bread And The Beer, Iron Oxide, Old Fools, and Aftershocks. Boudica will be directed by Snapdragon Production's Eleanor Rhode, making this the latest collaboration with Bernays following musicals Teddy, and Frankenstein.

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Opening night: 8 September 2017


Suitable for ages 12+

Cast and Creative


Bethan Clark
Samuel Collings
Owen Findlay
Jenny Fitzpatrick
Kate Handford
Joan Iyiola
Brian Martin
Forbes Masson
Gina McKee
Anna-Maria Nabirye
Abraham Popoola
Clifford Samuel
Natalie Simpson
Tok Stephen


Written by Tristan Bernays
Directed by Eleanor Rhode

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