If you weren’t lucky enough to win tickets in our AYT competition to see Music Impossible at St. Paul’s church, then do not fear because we have managed to get three pairs of tickets to see Iris theatre’s next production at St. Paul’s, Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. Because everyone likes a bit of open air theatre in the summer. See below for a bit more information about the show and then scroll down to enter (pssst…be quick, you’ve not got long!).
26th June – 26th July
Mon – Sat at 7.30pm
The Republic stands on a knife edge. Chaos and ruin threaten on all sides. Through the fog of war a charismatic leader emerges; but Caesar’s strength is a threat to democracy itself. Brother will turn on brother, freedom fighters will become terrorists, and blood will be spilled. When you play for an Empire, you win or you die.
Set in the intimate gardens of this historic 17th century English church, this open-air production will take you into the racing heart of Shakespeare’s vivid political thriller. Iris’ unique participatory approach will bring a new and startling modern sensibility to this grandest of political tragedies.
Driven forward by a contemporary soundtrack the audience will play an active role in the story, dancing in the Lupercalian festival, standing judgement in the senate, and maybe even striking against Caesar with the conspirators.
Watch trailer | @iristheatre #IrisJC
Enter the competition
To win one of three pairs of tickets for each preview performance (Wed 26th, Thurs 27th, Fri 28th & Sat 29th June at 7.30pm), simply fill in the form below and submit it by 5.00pm on Monday 24 June.
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