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Pericles is offered the chance to win the hand of King Antiochus s daughter if he can solve a riddle. However solving the riddle reveals a terrible secret about the King that puts Pericles in mortal danger and sets him off on a death-defying voyage. The story takes place in a wondrous and timeless world, on a whirlwind journey through strange kingdoms and across perilous oceans. Pericles faces ruthless tyrants and rival suitors, surviving battles and shipwrecks on the adventure of a lifetime.Performers Simon Armstrong (Antiochus/Pandar), Jessica Baglow (Marina), Tia Bannon (Daugher), Sam Cox (Escanes/Cerimon), Steffan Donnelly (Lysimachus), James Garnon (Pericles), Dennis Herdman (Bolt), Tom Kanji (Thaliard), Kevork Malikyan (Simonides), Fergal McElherron (Helicanus), Ryan McKen (Leonine), Dorothea Myer-Bennett (Thaisa/Dionyza), Daniel Rabin (Cleon), Sheila Reid (Gower), Kirsty Woodward (Bawd/Lychorida).
Author Shakespeare. Author George Wilkins. Producer Shakespeare's Globe. Director Dominic Dromgoole. Design Jonathan Fensom. Music Claire van Kampen. Choreographer Sian Williams.
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