Richard III (A One Person Show)
  • London Fringe

New covid-safe version of Brite Theater's multi award-winning show! The fourth wall has been utterly obliterated, as the audience take on the roles of all the other characters at Richard's party in this intimate, exciting, and moving production. Let Richard entertain you&but will you survive? Richard III (A One Woman Show) was created by director Kolbrun Bjort Sigfusdottir and performer Emily Carding during a theatre residency in Reykjavik, Iceland in November 2014, and premiered at Prague Fringe in May 2015, winning every single award - unprecedented in the history of Prague Fringe. It then went on to win the coveted 'Bobby' award at Edinburgh Fringe. Since then Richard III (A One Woman Show) has toured throughout the UK and internationally, including Rome, Verona, Iceland, Slovakia, Romania, Pakistan, St Petersburg and New York, all to high praise. Now retitled to reflect the actor's gender identity, this new covid-safe version of the show might have less direct audience contact but still packs an intense Shakespearean punch.

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