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Shakespeare’s blistering tragedy is laid bare by candlelight this winter

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Opening 19 Jan

Fri 19 Jan - Sat 13 Apr 2024, 2pm & 7.30pm Captioned: Thu 8 Feb, 2pm Sat 9 Mar, 7.30pm Relaxed: Thu 22 Feb, 7.30pm Wed 3 Apr, 2pm Audio Described: Sat 24 Feb, 2pm Sat 16 Mar, 2pm

About Othello

Othello, the General. Othello, the hero. Othello, the husband. Othello, the Black man. Praised by everyone, Othello has carved a successful career for himself. Until one man’s unrestrained jealousy and deceitful manipulation starts a fire that corrodes not only Othello’s reputation, but his own sanity as well. Othello, the target. Othello, the enemy. Othello, the murderer. Following 2021’s Romeo & Juliet (★★★★ ‘bold, clever, energetic’, The Guardian) in the Globe Theatre, Director Ola Ince debuts in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse with Shakespeare’s confronting look at the destructive impact of racism that asks: How do we respond to Black success? And what does it mean for accomplished Black men to be torn down by the society that initially lauded them? Content guidance: The play contains themes of domestic abuse, misogyny, anti-black racism and offensive language. The play also contains violence, including murder and suicide.