Tell me, good Brutus, can you see your face?
Brutus and Cassius fear Caesar will crown himself king. But when they kill Caesar to prevent him taking the throne, they unleash forces that threaten to tear their world apart.
What happens when we trust the wrong people? When we confuse conspiracy and reality? What happens when we cannot see ourselves?
Five actors immerse us in Shakespeare’s play, creating a world on the brink of crisis, teeming with crowds and politics: a wild ride from the streets of Rome to the steps of the Capitol, from whispers in the night to outright war.
With their signature physicality, Company of Wolves breathe new life into Shakespeare’s masterpiece, exposing the thin line between trust and deceit, conspiracy and reality, civilisation and mob rule.
Performances start at 7.30 pm each night.
Tickets are £10, or £8 for concessions. A limited number of ‘Restricted View’ tickets will be available on the door each night at £5 each. Please note, these will be floor seating with cushions.
Update: Only one seated ticket left for Friday’s performance. Saturday still has some availability remaining.
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Directed by Ewan Downie, with Associate Director Brian Ferguson. This production is brought to Carinish Hall by Taigh Chearsabhagh and Ceòlas working in partnership.