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Timon Of Athens

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About the Show Less...

Shakespeare's tragedy about Timon and his fall from society. Read More >

Timon, a rich and generous Athenian, showers his friends with gifts and hospitality. Only the cynical and suspicious Apemantus and Timon’s steward, Flavius, try to curb his excessive his extravagance. At last, the money runs out and Timon turns to his fair-weather friends for help. One by one they refuse, and Timon, once the city’s most carefree philanthropist, turns into its most savage misanthrope having lost his trust in everyone around him.

Lucy Bailey, William Dudley and Django Bates previously worked together on the critically acclaimed 2006 production of Titus Andronicus at the Globe.

For more about Timon Of Athens at Shakespeare's Globe read the Big Interview with director Lucy Bailey or our First Night Feature.

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Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 26/07/2008

Opening Night: 06/08/2008

Closing Night: 03/10/2008

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Cast & Creative

Cast

Peter Bankolé, Jonathan Bond, Oliver Boot, Christopher Brandon, Adam Burton, Richard Clews, Patrick Godfrey, Robert Goodale, Michael Jibson, Michael Matus, Pippa Nixon, Gary Oliver, Simon Paisley Day, Sam Parks, Bo Poraj, Fernanda Prata, Laura Rogers, Vinicius Salles, Bethan Walker, Sian Williams, Alina Bzhezhinska, Marta Janitorova, Julie Kjær, Clara Sanabras, Sovra Wilson Dickson

Creative

Director - Lucy Bailey

Producer - Shakespeare's Globe

Designer - William Dudley

Choreographer - Maxine Doyle

Author - William Shakespeare

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