Gerard Logan - The Rape Of Lucrece

Gerard LoganReturning to St.Helens after his SOLD OUT performance of Wilde Without The Boy and The Ballad Of Reading Gaol - Gerard Logan (Olivier Award nominee and RSC actor) stars in the first ever solo adaptation of William Shakespeare’s brilliant, brutal narrative poem about the dreadful crime of rape and its aftershock.

Shakespeare goes beyond the obvious, shining a light on a band of human behaviour encompassing the bestial and the beautiful.

Winner of The Stage Newspaper's Award for "Best Solo Show of the 2011 Edinburgh Festival

Directed by the award-winning Gareth Armstrong.

16+

Dates

Fri 23 Feb 2018 2pm - 3pm

Venue

Newton Le Willows

Crow Lane East, Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside, WA12 9TU

Price

£3 to £6

Tickets

Tickets
Book online here

More information

Website
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Suitable for

16+

Category

Celebrating Shakespeare, Performance

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