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Theatre

Newcomers will need to read the play in advance: Julius Caesar, at the Globe, reviewed

4 June 2022

9:00 AM

4 June 2022

9:00 AM

Julius Caesar

Shakespeare’s Globe, in rep until 10 September

Two Palestinians Go Dogging

Royal Court Theatre

Some things are done well in the Globe’s new Julius Caesar. The assassination is a thrilling spectacle. Ketchup pouches concealed inside Caesar’s costume explode bloodily with each dagger blow and the conspirators are doused in dripping scarlet gore. During the assault, Caesar fights back and very nearly survives. Highly realistic.

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