Noel Coward Theatre
St Martin's Lane WC2N 4AH
Julius Caesar
Noel Coward Theatre MapMap ©Silvermaze Ltd 2008 Noel Coward TheatrePhoto by kind permission Tony Reading 2009
Show Details
Preview 8th Aug 12
Opens 15th Aug 12
Closes 15th Sep 12
Show Times
Mon - Sat 7.30 pm
Matinee Thurs & Sat 2.00 pm

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A classic viewing of all the Theatreland play houses by night. The authentic commentary, by Ben Shafik - a player himself - gives an authentic feel to the West End's theatres - and is backed by real music.
Next version will be more upbeat as, suggested, to celebrate Britannia's unbeatable heritage.
(Over 6000 viewings and all good reviews to date).
Let us know what you think.

A note from the author

I took these pictures to show off London theatres as they are seen -most often - by theatre goers, at night.

Thanks to Ben Shafik for his lighthearted and informative commentary and Fionn O'Lochlainn for the original music.

Watch out for the new version with current liveries and the names of the theatres as they appear.



William Shakespeare's Julius Ceasar by the Royal Shakespeare Company (RCS) opens at the Noel Coward Theatre on 15th Aug 2012 as part of the World Shakepeare Festival.

Full News-brief and show details to follow soon so please check back for further details.

In the mean time click on the "Red Curtains" above for booking details.


  • Ray Fearon - Mark Antony
  • Paterson Joseph - Brutus
  • Jeffery Kissoon - Caesar
  • Cyril Nri - Cassius

  • Director - Gregory Doran
  • Design - Michael Vale
  • Lighting - Vncent Herbert
  • Sound - Jonathan Ruddick
  • Producer - Royal Shakespeare Company / World Shakespeare Festival
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