Bold new adaptation of Shakespeare's Richard III set to take the stage at the Camden Fringe

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Bold new adaptation of Shakespeare's Richard III set to take the stage at the Camden Fringe

A bold new adaptation of Shakespeare's Richard III is taking the stage at the Camden Fringe. It explores mental illness, toxic masculinity and the events that led to him becoming literature's most infamous villain. In collaboration with mental health organisation, CALM, the work will use the bard's play to address this timely concern for men in this day an age.

You can see Richard III at the Cockpit Theatre from August 19 to 23.                                                     

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