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King Lear

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One of Shakespeare’s, and indeed western literatures, greatest works comes to the Tyneside live via satellite as part of this exciting collaboration between the National Theatre and Donmar Warehouse. Derek Jacobi (I, Claudius) and Tony Award-winning Michael Grandage renew their working partnership following productions of The TempestDon Carlos and Twelfth Night for this exceptional version of the tragedy centering on the decline and fall of a dysfunctional royal family.

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£13.50/£11.50 Stalls (Friends/concs)
£15.50/£13.50 Circle (Friends/concs)
 
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Country of Origin: United Kingdom  Year: 2011   Running Time: 3 hours 30 minutes  

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C : Classic , E : Electra , G : Gallery , R : Roxy

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