An Omidaze Productions and Wales Millennium Centre Co-Production
Following the success of last year’s all-female production of Richard III, Wales Millennium Centre are thrilled to be working with Omidaze (Oh My Days!) once more; this time on an all-female production of Shakespeare’s Henry VI (The Wars of the Roses).
Exploring notions of power, leadership and trust, director Yvonne Murphy’s new production abridges the three classic history plays into one hard-hitting instalment, focussing on the personal journey of Henry’s rise to power.
Performed in the Centre’s roof void, this usually unseen part of the building will be transformed into an immersive performance space, offering an opportunity to see the Centre from a new perspective. With an inspired soundtrack, aerial circus, original costumes and imaginative set designs, audiences can expect a captivating and fully immersive experience as they are guided around the space following the action as it takes place around them.
Audio Described performance: 2pm, Saturday 13th February
BSL Interpreted performances: 7.30pm, Tuesday 16th February + 2pm, Friday 19th February
Public Review on Richard III (2015)
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