Theatre (drama, classical)

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Tarquin hates to lose and has never learned to take no for an answer. He deceives his kinsman's wife, Lucrece, into giving him lodging and in the dead of night enters her bedroom and forces himself upon her. Lucrece eventually commits suicide, inspires a rebellion and changes the course of Roman history. Following a critically acclaimed co-production with the National Centre for Performing Arts Mumbai, The Shakespeare Edit brings this new production of Lucrece to Edinburgh in a UK premiere. 'A hard-hitting tale of courage we all need to see' ( 'I sat stunned and somehow hopeful' (Mumbai Mirror).

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