Date(s) - 28/07/2018
9:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The Blue Orange Theatre
A powerful one-man play which is a thought-provoking reworking of King Lear, as told through Cordelia and Fool. The play takes words from the original King Lear play, re-presenting them to give a unique insight into the very mind of the disturbed King Lear. This is King Lear from the inside-out, a re-telling of the powerful Shakespeare story.
Inamoment Theatre are back at Birmingham Fest with two brand-new plays, An Audience With Sir John Falstaff and Cordelia/Fool, the latest in their After Shakespeare productions. Their first play, Romeo & Juliet for All Time, premiered in Buxton and was nominated for Fringe Best New Writing Award, before going to the Edinburgh Fringe to receive the Hairline Award for “a play that stood head and shoulders above other plays reviewed”. This was followed by King Lear (alone), an immersive one-man play that tells the inside-out story of King Lear, now in its fourth year of touring, garnering glowing praise.
Performance dates Friday 27th July at 9pm and Saturday 28th July at 5pm.
Tickets £8 (£6 concessions). To book click here.
Inamoment can be found online here.
The show can be found on twitter here.