19:00, Sun 2nd December 2007 at International School of Stuttgart, Stuttgart,
19:00, Tue 4th December 2007 at Theatersaal Irchel, Universität Irchel, Zurich, Switzerland
19:00, Wed 5th December 2007 at College of Gambach, Fribourg, Switzerland
19:00, Thu 6th December 2007 at Kantonsschule, Sursee, Switzerland
19:00, Fri 7th December 2007 at Aula Gymnasium Koeniz-Lerbermatt, Berne, Switzerland
19:00, Mon 10th December 2007 at College Claparede, Geneva, Switzerland
19:00, Tue 11th December 2007 at Universität Basel, Basel, Switzerland
20:00, Fri 14th December 2007 at Espace Bouteiller, Chantilly, France
19:00, Mon 17th – Tue 18th December 2007 at Salle du Théâtre Universitaire, Liège, Belgium
19:45, Tue 15th – Sat 19th January 2008 at ADC Theatre
14:30, Sat 19th January 2008 at ADC Theatre
Christmas Vacation to Lent Week 0
Pompey defeated, Julius Caesar returns to Rome, flushed with triumph. But Rome has changed, and talk of assassination lurks behind every column...
Cambridge University European Theatre Group's 50th anniversary production of one of Shakespeare's greatest tragedies brings the political intrigue of Ancient Rome into a modern setting in which our barbarism and ambition are revealed in the relationships with those closest to us. Morality is forgotten in the lust for power, love is cast viciously aside, and the true nature of honour is finally realised.
ETG was founded in 1957 by a group of students including Sir Derek Jacobi, who toured Europe in a fruit van. Highly acclaimed recent productions include Macbeth (2006), The Taming of the Shrew (2005), and Romeo and Juliet (2004).
This brilliant new production tours Europe in December 2007 before returning to the ADC Theatre, Cambridge, for a run from 15-19 January 2008.