In a world of chaos and disorder, Titus Andronicus feels chillingly contemporary. When a society is oppressed, it becomes violent. How do we govern ourselves? Titus has returned from a brutal 10-year war having lost 21 sons in battle. Betrayed by his nation, and with his family in pieces, a series of bloody events follows as he and Tamora, Queen of the Goths begin a violent cycle of revenge.


“A¬†thoughtful treatise on the excesses of revenge” – Toronto Sun

“The play is wonderfully gripping and seems to speak across the centuries to the horrors of our own troubled times, with its catalogue of dreadful violence and burning hatreds…but amazingly the play also makes you laugh.” –¬†The Telegraph