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King John at the RSC

Shakespeare’s rarely performed tale of a nation in turmoil is in The Swan theatre until March 21. Richard the Lionheart is dead and his brother John is king - the show has a modern setting, King John is played by a woman, there is jaunty dancing between the scenes, endless fashion parades and a huge food fight so it may be best to avoid sitting in the front row!

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