We have a limited number of £5* immersive standing tickets for a matinee performance of Julius Caesar on Wednesday 21st March at 2:30pm at the Bridge Theatre.

Tickets MUST be collected from the Bridge Theatre Box Office under the name you book with between 1pm and 1:45pm on the day of the performance. As these are standing tickets, please arrive at least 30 minutes before the performance to check in your bags and coats.  Any latecomers will not be admitted to the performance.

Please be aware the eventbrite ticket is not your theatre ticket - it is your booking confirmation only.

PLEASE NOTE:
You MUST show your Eventbrite booking confirmation on arrival at the Theatre. This can either be printed or displayed on your electronic devices.  

IMPORTANT:
Masterclass ticket offers are only available to those 30 years of age and under and to current members of the Masterclass Friends Scheme. Identification may be required upon arrival. Masterclass reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone who cannot provide proof regarding their eligibility in relation to the criteria outlined above. Further details on how to sign up to the Friends Scheme can be found by clicking here.


About This Production

The Bridge Theatre’s auditorium is transformed for Nicholas Hytner’s promenade staging of Shakespeare’s political thriller.
 
Audiences become part of the action and join the crowd of hundreds that stand amongst the street party greeting Caesar’s triumphant return to Rome, the congress that witnesses his murder and the civil war that erupts in the wake of his assassination.
 
Ben Whishaw and Michelle Fairley play Brutus and Cassius, David Calder plays Caesar and David Morrissey is Mark Antony.

Please note: This performance is an NT Live camera rehearsal. Latecomers will not be admitted.

This is a studio performance. There will be several cameras in the auditorium, including a camera operator in the pit, and views of the stage may be impacted at any time during the performance. There will be 360 degree filming which will result in audience members being filmed, and by attending you are agreeing to be filmed.