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