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TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA

 

17 April - 22 April 2018

 

General Admission

Front Row - £22

 Second Row Premium£16

Second Row Standard - £12

 

Concession tickets

25% discount Seniors (60+), students, NHS, police, fire brigade

 ambulance, armed forces

 

Prices exclude Booking Fee

 

RUN TIME

2 hours, 15 minutes

Doors open 15 minutes before published performance times

 

To book step-free or access tickets, telephone 02074019603

 

ENTRANCE INFORMATION

Entrance to TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA is via Leake Street SE1 7NN

 

 

 

 

Suitable for Ages 12+ - Parental Guidance

Contains adult language

 

 

 

 

Directed by Gary Stocker

Produced by CRASH Theatre

 

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Valentine quits fair Verona and starts a new life in glamorous Milan.

 

But things get messy when best friend Proteus appears on his doorstep, and falls madly in love with Valentine’s new flame, the sultry and mysterious Silvia.

 

As Proteus is forced to choose between friendship and infatuation, his faithful fiancée Julia secretly arrives in the big city, unaware of the whirlwind of desire and deviance waiting for her there. With loyalty and passion on a collision course - and the stakes escalating with every twist of the crooked path before them - everyone has something to lose.

 

What depths lie hidden in their hearts? And what awaits: redemption, or destruction?

 

This fierce and innovative staging transposes the medieval dukedom of Milan into the adrenaline-fuelled world of Wall Street - drawing on its boundary-smashing sub-culture to explore male sexual aggression, female fortitude and the loss of innocence.

 

The production exploits the thrilling atmosphere and charismatic surroundings of one of London’s most dynamic theatre spaces to conjure up the trading floors and moody back-streets of the City of Dreams, and capture the electrifying energy of what is one of Shakespeare’s most daring plays.