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Romeo & Julie EM

Fri 5 June - Sat 13 June

Romeo and Julie

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Fri

05 Jun

8pm

From: £9.25

Sat

06 Jun

8pm

From: £18.50

Mon

08 Jun

8pm

From: £18.50

Tue

09 Jun

8pm

From: £18.50

Wed

10 Jun

2.30pm

From: £18.50

Wed

10 Jun

8pm

From: £18.50

  • British Sign Language (BSL)

Thu

11 Jun

8pm

From: £18.50

Fri

12 Jun

8pm

From: £23.50

  • Captioned

Sat

13 Jun

2.30pm

From: £23.50

Sat

13 Jun

8pm

From: £23.50

  • Audio Described

Romeo and Julie

A National Theatre and Sherman Theatre co-production

The National Theatre and Sherman Theatre presents Romeo and Julie, a powerful and funny new play inspired by Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy.

Writer Gary Owen and director Rachel O’Riordan reunite following their critically acclaimed productions of Killology and Iphigenia in Splott, recently named by the Guardian as ‘One of the 50 Best Theatre Shows of the 21st Century.’

Romeo is a teenage single dad hanging on tight. Julie is fighting to follow her dream of studying at Cambridge.

Two working-class eighteen year-olds raised a few streets apart, but from entirely different worlds, crash into first love and are knocked off their feet.  But at this crossroads to the rest of their lives, both families fear the worst in a world of unequal opportunity.

Romeo and Julie tours as part of Theatre Nation Partnerships, a multi-year collaboration between the National Theatre and six partner organisations, including The Lowry, which aims to broaden and grow local audiences for drama in England.

Romeo and Julie will be accompanied by a learning programme and teacher resource pack.

Venue: Quays Theatre

Additional information

Age guidance for this production is 13yrs+ and this play contains strong language and themes of an adult nature

BSL performance: Wed 10 June 2020, 8pm.

Captioned performance: Fri 12 June 2019, 8pm.

Audio described performance: Sat 13 June 2020, 8pm.

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Reviews

“Painfully vivid and devastatingly funny.”

Evening Standard on Iphigenia in Splott

“A stunning tale. Raw and heart-breaking.”

The Guardian on Killology