A Unicorn Production
I, Cinna (the poet)
WRITE A REVOLUTION.
- Written and performed by Tim Crouch
- Directed by Naomi Wirthner
WRITE A REVOLUTION.
The poet Cinna hardly says a word in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar before he’s mistaken for someone else and torn to pieces by an angry mob. He’s Shakespeare’s unluckiest character. Now Cinna searches for the subject of his next poem and invites us, the audience, to write with him, live.
This brilliantly clear introduction to Julius Caesar is a unique and warmly engaging solo show about words and actions, art, protest and power.
Tim Crouch is an internationally renowned playwright and theatre-maker. I, Cinna (the poet) is the fifth play in a series about Shakespeare’s minor characters. Tim’s recent play Beginners premiered at the Unicorn in 2018 and won the Writers’ Guild Award for Best Play for Young Audiences.
IN THE PRESS
★★★★★ ‘A properly grown-up piece of children’s theatre that reaches across the generation’ Time Out on Beginners, 2018
‘A thought provoking piece about the ease with which an ordinary person can get caught up in things beyond his control.’ (WhatsOnStage, on the RSC production of I, Cinna (the poet) in 2012)
Suitable for School Years 7 - 9
Tickets £10 / Non-fee schools offers from £7
Free schools' resource pack online & to download
Free teacher CPD: Thu 16 Jan, 4.30 – 7pm
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FREE POST-SHOW TALKS
Join us after the 6pm performance on Wed 19 Feb, or after the 7pm performance on Thu 27 Feb. No booking required.
Tickets: £10 - £12 under 18s / £10 - £18 adults (termtime dates offer lowest prices, weekends at top price. Holiday dates 15 - 23 Feb)
WAYS TO SAVE
Previews (5 - 12 Feb): £10 under 18s / adults
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Originally commissioned by the RSC as part of the 2012 World Shakespeare Festival
Photo by Peter Schiazza