Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus
End time: 9:30pm - 16th March 2016
Don't miss this amazing performance of William Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus, performed by our talented students at our hub theatre.
About the show:
Returning to Rome from a war against the Goths, the general Titus Andronicus brings with him the queen Tamora and her three sons as prisoners of war. Titus’ sacrifice of Tamora’s eldest son to appease the ghosts of his dead sons, and his decision to refuse to accept the title of emperor, initiates a terrible cycle of mutilation, rape and murder.
Grotesquely violent and daringly experimental, Titus was the smash hit of Shakespeare’s early career, and is written with a ghoulish energy he was never to repeat elsewhere.
- Tuesday 15th March, 7:30pm
- Wednesday 16th March, 7:30pm
- £8 adults
- £5 concessions (12 years and under, students, over 60s, and disabled)