Coriolanus is the brutal opening production in the RSC’s critically acclaimed Rome season, transferring to the Barbican this winter. This powerful exploration of violence and identity arrives in the West End for a strictly limited run this November.
Julius Caesar marks BAFTA nominated director Angus Jackson’s second Shakespeare outing at the Barbican this Winter. The riveting tale of political intrigue, violence and betrayal arrives as part of the RSC’s much anticipated Rome Season from November.
Shakespeare’s brutal love story Anthony and Cleopatra comes to the Barbican this November, as part of the RSC breath-taking Rome season. This stunning tale of pride, love and duty is given new life by an acclaimed creative team, with direction by Iqbal Khan and starring the Olivier Award-nominated, Josette Simon, alongside Antony Byrne.
The RSC’s electrifying Rome season comes to a bloody end at the Barbican with Blanche McIntyre’s ferocious adaptation of Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus’s. This fiercely dark production explores the play’s themes of sexuality, class and family through a vicious theatrical lens, playing in the Barbican main space from December 2017.