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AD 61, Britannia. On the furthest outreaches of the Roman Empire - at the very edge of the known world - rebellion is brewing. The King of the Iceni has died and his widow Boudica has tried to claim her rightful throne. For her insolence in defying Rome, the queen has been flogged, her daughters have been raped, and they have been banished from their homeland. But now, Queen Boudica has returned. And this time she has an army. She will have revenge. She will have blood. She will make Rome quake in fear.Performers Bethan Clark (Ensemble), Samuel Collings (Catus Deciamus), Owen Findlay (Ensemble), Jenny Fitzpatrick (Lucius), Kate Handford (Silvia), Joan Iyiola (Alonna), Brian Martin (Sejanus/Sestus), Forbes Masson (Cunobeline), Gina McKee (Boudica), Anna-Maria Nabirye (Andraste/Roman Woman), Abraham Popoola (Badvoc), Clifford Samuel (Suetonius), Natalie Simpson (Blodwynn), Tok Stephen (Clothen/Cato).
Author Tristan Bernay. Producer Shakespeare's Globe. Director Eleanor Rhode. Lighting Malcolm Rippeth. Sound David Gregory. Design Tom Piper. Music Jules Maxwell. Director Tom Jackson Greaves (movement director). Director Rachel Bown-Williams (fight director). Director Ruth Cooper-Brown (of Rc-Annie Ltd fight director).
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