Based on eyewitness accounts, Cancelling Socrates is a provocative, witty and dangerous world premiere from Howard Brenton, one of our foremost dramatists, whose acclaimed plays have been staged at the National Theatre, RSC, Shakespeare’s Globe, and worldwide. He reunites with our Artistic Director, Tom Littler.
Cast & Crew
|Assistant Director||Becca Chadder|
|Costume Designer||Isabella van Braeckel|
|Lighting Designer||Will Reynolds|
|Production Manager||Lucy Mewis-McKerrow|
|Production Technician||Edward Callow|
|Set Designer||Isabella van Braeckel|
|Sound Designer||Max Pappenheim|
|Sound Designer||Ali Taie|
|Stage Manager||Lisa Cochrane|
Today, Socrates is revered as the founding father of Western philosophy. But in 399BC Athens, he was a pain in the neck. The plague is over, democracy is (just about) restored, and everyone would like to get back to normal. How hard is it for one ageing firebrand to stop asking questions? It’s time to shut him up…
- Web artwork by Jermyn Street Theatre, Granted permission to upload to Theatricalia
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