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Cost £12.50/£10 concession
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Divided by love, jealousy and betrayal, Lear is forced into a world of isolation, destruction and fear by those around her: a world where hope is a distant ideal; a barbarous land in which a mother must fight her own daughters in order to survive. A Queen, a mother and the most famous female monarch of all time... Lear.

Lazarus returns to Shakespeare for one of the most sensational of all the tragedies. Through the use of text, music and movement, this ensemble production, with a company of over fifteen actors shall create a world re-imagined, where a female monarch clings to her identity, throne and Kingdom.

Directors: Ricky Dukes and Gavin Harrington-Odedra.

There will be matinees (4:00pm) instead of evening shows on:
Sat 5th, Wed 16th, Sat 19th, Wed 30th May, Sat 2nd June - 4pm
Official Review by Alastair Ball, read now
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Jonathan Ashby-Rock
Lewis Davidson
Jamie McKie

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