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A must-see for Bard fans, the most iconic of Shakespeare's romantic tragedies returns to the Globe Theatre during Olivier Award-winning theatremaker Michelle Terry's long-awaited second season at the iconic venue. The story of Verona's two-star-crossed lovers and their untimely demise is well known and well-loved, but this dynamic new production spins the tragic tale on its head. Alfred Enoch stars as Romeo alongside Rebekah Murrell as Juliet, directed by Ola Ince in her Globe debut.
What is the story?
Audiences know that Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet are destined to die. It is the only outcome given their warring families, the deaths of their friends and critical miscommunication. But what if their fate wasn't so final? What if other choices were made and the right messages delivered at the right time? This radical take on Shakespeare's classic is determined to find out.
Opening night: 26 June 2021
Approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes with no interval
You may be required to have had a COVID vaccine in order to attend this performance or show proof of a negative test. Please contact the venue directly for more information on this.
Alfred Enoch as Romeo
Rebekah Murrell as Juliet
Beth Cordingly as Lady Capulet
Will Edgerton as Tybalt
Adam Gillen as Mercutio
Clara Indrani as Montague
Dwayne Walcott as Paris
Zoe West as Benvolio
Sargon Yelda as Friar
Directed by Ola Ince
2 reviews, average rating: (1.5 Stars)
First of all this should not be described as "Shakespeare's" R&J - this... more
It is just awful. Banal and disconnected. The premise is reasonably... more
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