Coriolanus performed by Titus Theatre Group

Temple Hall, York St John University
Event Time
2pm - 3:15pm, Monday 15 May 2017

Category Arts

CANCELLED - Due to unforeseen circumstances we unfortunately have to announce that the performance by the Titus Theatre Group has now been cancelled. In place of this event the University is providing a screening and Q&A session hosted by Festival Director, Phillip Parr who shall discuss how the festival tries to bring productions to York and the importance of supporting young international artists. Followed by a Q&A and screening. 

We apologise for any inconvenience caused. 

Performed by Titus Theatre Group

Adapted by Hamed Asgharzadeh and Javad Ebrahiminezhad

Titus Theatre Group are bringing their unique adaptation of Shakespeare's late tragedy, Coriolanus, to York St John University as part of York International Shakespeare Festival. Performed by theatre students from Tehran, this production situates Coriolanus within the contemporary politics of Iran and draws upon the actors' personal experiences of life in the Middle East.

After the performance of Coriolanus there will be a short Q&A session.

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