Juliet and Romeo | North Wall Arts Centre Oxford  | Fri 2nd November 2018 Lineup

Juliet and Romeo

North Wall Arts Centre in Oxford

Friday 2nd November 2018

10:00pm til 4:00am (last entry 1:00am)

Minimum Age: 12

Lost Dog’s new show reveals the real story of Romeo and Juliet. It turns out they didn’t die and are now 40 and on the verge of divorce.

 

Juliet and Romeo on Friday 2nd November 2018

Lost Dog’s new show reveals the real story of Romeo and Juliet. It turns out they didn’t die and are now 40 and on the verge of divorce.

Lost Dog presents Juliet and Romeo Conceived and directed by Ben Duke Devised and performed by Ben Duke and Solene Weinachter Lost Dog’s new show reveals the real story of Romeo and Juliet. It turns out they didn’t die in a tragic misunderstanding, they grew up and lived happily ever after. Well…they lived at least. Now they are 40ish, at least one of them is in the grips of a mid-life crisis, they feel constantly mocked by their teenage selves and haunted by the pressures of being the poster couple for romantic love. They have decided to confront their current struggles by putting on a performance – about themselves. Their therapist told them it was a terrible idea. With Lost Dog’s blend of dance, theatre and comedy this duet takes on our cultural obsession with youth and our inevitable issues with longevity. “Pure pleasure. Smart, subversive and sexy” ★★★★★ The Guardian “Squirmingly funny and no less heart-breaking” ★★★★ The Times “Glorious. Full of warmth and intimacy” ★★★★ The Independent

Entry Prices

Minimum age: 12

Entry price (public): 16

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