19:00, Tue 8th February 2011 - Sat 12th February 2011 at Corpus Playroom
Lent Week 3
Julia: Rich. Spoilt. Famous. And now just one more in a long list of high-profile figures caught up in high-profile affairs. Except it’s 8.A.D., and her grandfather Augustus Caesar has legislated for public and private morality; an example must be made, and in Rome, it will invariably be made of a woman.
A new play by Niall Wilson, previously shortlisted for the Marlowe Society ‘Other Prize’ and writer of ‘Ava Adore’ (4* Varsity), in which celebrity righteousness and classical morals shape one royal tearaway and her claim to just want a little bit of fun.