With performances in London, Shropshire, Paris and Russia, Genesis partner LAMDA will reach a wider audience than ever before with four new spring productions from its talented final year students.
Exploring questions of identity and belonging, David Greig’s Europe and Fin Kennedy’s How to Disappear Completely and Never Be Found open at The LAMDA Linbury Studio in London before Europe transfers to the Moscow Arts Theatre in Russia.
Meanwhile, at Wilton’s Music Hall, Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar is brought to life before transferring to Paris, and popular musical farce The Threepenny Opera takes up residency before visiting the Ludlow Assembly Rooms in Shropshire.
The LAMDA Linbury Studio
Europe by David Greig
15 – 22 March
How to Disappear Completely and Never Be Found by Fin Kennedy
16 – 22 March
Wilton’s Music Hall
The Threepenny Opera by Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht
16 – 22 March
Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
17 – 22 March
Booking: boxofficelamda [dot] org [dot] uk / 0844 847 0550
For more information about the Genesis Foundation’s partnership with LAMDA, please click here.
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