Coriolanus: A Passionate and Aggressive Adaptation

The Worcester College Gardens production of Coriolanus is a passionate and aggressive adaptation, one of Shakespeare’s final Roman tragedies. Despite being the second longest play in Shakespeare’s collected works, the production demands the constant and acute attention of its audience. With numerous intense performances from a range of superb lead actors and boasting several dynamic […]

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Coriolanus – A Review

On an exceptionally bitter February night, an audience awaits the opening scene of Coriolanus. Set in Regent’s Park College, the stage is a bare concrete platform, backed onto the Dining Hall. Yet, despite this very bare backdrop, and the limitations of performing a play outside in Hilary Term, it is set to hold an excellent […]

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Coriolanus – A Preview

Walking in on the rehearsals of Coriolanus, directed by Lucy Clarke, I found it hard to believe that the cast still had a week and a half to go before the performance. We don’t often actually appreciate how hard it is for Oxford students to find time in the week, already full to the brim […]

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