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When in Rome
With their distinctive mixture of clowning, slapstick, and bizarre puppetry, Bristol-based duo Gonzo Moose unravel a truly epic tale of intrigue, murder and togas direct from ancient Rome. Drawing on a host of unhinged characters including Caligula (appointed his horse Proconsul) and Nero (really bad at killing his mum) the company create their very own magnificently incompetent Emperor, who employs every dirty (and often stupid) trick in the book to keep himself in power and stave off a bloodthirsty Senate.
Archive :: production:T1171419775, play:S01926943703, venue:V855
Suitable for 13 and over.
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