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Ibsen’s Emperor and Galilean closes on Wednesday 10 August.
‘A brilliant rendition of Ibsen's play. Breathtakingly staged.’ Guardian
Andrew Scott and Ian McDiarmid lead a company of 50, charting the true odyssey of one man who could have changed everything forever. Epic staging, large-scale cast and a stunning production. Don’t miss your last chance to see this major play from one of the greatest playwrights of all time.
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Raks's take on Emperor and Galilean
As you all know, I am a HUGE fan of this production - it is epic and outstanding. It is much better than Frankenstein - Benedict's performance as the Creature was mind-blowing, but Emperor and Galilean exercises your mind - key themes are friendship, integrity, faith, tyranny and ethics/morality. Andrew Scott puts his life and soul into the part of the Emperor Julian. For the first time in 20 years of London theatre going, I saw this play 3 times in a row last week and I am seeing it again 3 times in a row this week. I have fallen in love with the piece and taken it into my heart. Highly highly highly recommended.
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