Being Shakespeare with Simon Callow June 15 – July 23rd

Simon Callow - Being Shakespeare
Simon Callow
FROM 15 JUNE – 23 JULY
I don’t know very much about this play but it had tremendous reviews on tour.   It  is having only a limited run in London and I  just purchased tickets for early July.
According to the Trafalgar Studios site:
“Callow brings to life Shakespeare’s unforgettable characters and the real man behind the legend in this triumphant new play, Being Shakespeare. After taking the Edinburgh Festival by storm and following a hugely successful national tour, Callow’s magnificent performance sets the West End alight for a strictly limited summer season.

Recently hailed for his performance as Sir Toby Belch in the National Theatre’s critically acclaimed sold-out production of Twelfth Night, Simon Callow (star of Four Weddings and a Funeral, Shakespeare in Love, Room with a View) joins forces with Jonathan Bate (pre-eminent Shakespeare biographer and editor of the RSC’s Shakespeare: The Complete Works)

Callow and Shakespeare: A Brilliant Combination
The Times No 1 Critic’s Choice
The Audience were on thier feet applauding this singular triumph. Dazzing!

Daily Express

Fantastic Mr Callow is bard to the bone. A genuine tour de force.

Daily Mail

The closest 21st Century audiences will get to seeing Shakespeare perform his own work himself.

Bath Venue Magazine

Bursts at the seams with Shakespeare and the world he came from.

Mail on Sunday

Being Shakespeare | Official Website | Simon Callow in Being Shakespeare at Trafalgar Studios, London West End..

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