Cinna, a lowly poet is having bad dreams, he is a man who finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong time... with the wrong name...while history thunders past. He asks the young audience to consider the relationship between words and actions, art and politics, self and society. During the performance Cinna asks students to write poems with him: small poems on big themes. These poems can be reworked after the performance and sent to the RSC, where a web archive of responses to the play will be created.
I, Cinna is the latest in a series of solo shows written and directed by Tim Crouch inspired by Shakespeare's lesser characters, including I, Peaseblossom and I, Malvolio (RSC, 2011) and has been commissioned as part of the World Shakespeare Festival.
Playing alongside RSC Julius Caesar
Ticket prices and times
Thursday 27 September 2012
£5 Under 26s
£10 over 26s
One free teacher/supervisor with every ten children.
Specially commissioned for students aged 11+
Open to all/ Also suitable for general bookings
Booking fees apply.
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