Harrow Arts Centre are excited to promote this local production of 'Julius Caesar' on behalf of 'Proscenium', who have hired our venue for this special occasion.
By William Shakespeare, Directed by Michael Williams
Political leaders overreaching themselves, believing they are infallible. Losing touch with the people who elected them, the real world and who they are. Difficult questions and situations. How far would you go? All it takes for evil to triumph is for good people to do nothing. The story of Julius Caesar is as relevant today as when Shakespeare wrote it in 1599. Proscenium presents this classic play in a version for our times.
This production is part of Proscenium's Centenary Season, celebrating 100 years of the company - and is in fact their 350th production! For it, they return to Harrow Arts Centre, where they performed between 1990 and 2005.
Proscenium is an amateur theatre company, based in Harrow, north-west London. Founded in 1924, the aim of this experienced group is to present classic and contemporary plays to as wide an audience as possible. The company meets three times a week, at the Harrow Arts Centre for rehearsals, presenting up to 4 plays per year. Social activities, fundraising and play readings take place throughout the year. Go to our website to join our mailing list or find out about joining the company: www.proscenium.org.uk
A £1 non-refundable booking fee applies per booking transaction online and over the phone
To discuss specific access requirements or to book an access seat for in-person events, please call the Box Office on 020 3773 7161