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King Lear at the Oxford Shakespeare Festival

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Power and madness walk hand in hand through our retelling of this most tragic of tales. Come along to Oxford Castle and Prison and bear witness to the downfall of a King, the destruction of a Dynasty, and ultimately a sequence of events that will have a Nation on the brink of collapse.

We were lucky enough to be invited along to Oxford Castle and Prison to see part of The Oxford Shakespeare Festival; click here to read our review of Wild Goose Theatre’s performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Oxford Castle and Prison - 1-13 August

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