Romeo and Juliet with a cast of 21 and dramatic fight sequences

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Romeo and Juliet, probably the best known love story in the world, is coming to the Camden Fringe with a huge Perform International cast and dramatic fight scenes, 17-28 August at Rudolf Steiner House.

Families feud with families, individuals taunt and spew accusations and insults at each other, sticks and swords are drawn at the drop of a hat and the atmosphere of Verona – or London or any city in our troubled world – you can cut with a knife.

Directed by Sarah Kane and produced by Manish Srivastava, Romeo & Juliet was hailed by the critics when it was performed earlier this year.

Daniel White, Acting Hour, said: “An incredible achievement. Once again PerformInternational have delivered a production that will excite and engage with audiences and has impressed me with the sheer talent showcased by the cast.”

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Two of the cast from Romeo and Juliet. Photograph by Shay Rowan.



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