Following a victory against the Goths, general Titus Andronicus returns to Rome with queen Tamora and her three sons as prisoners of war. His decision to sacrifice the eldest son, combined with his refusal of the title of emperor, begins a cycle of mutilation, rape and murder.

The smash-hit of Shakespeare’s early career is both grotesquely violent and daringly experimental.

The production employs Elizabethan staging, clothing and music.

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