Shakespeare’s Cymbeline is not often performed but there’s a rare opportunity to see it at the RSC this summer.

Described as ‘a romance of power, jealousy and a journey of love and reconciliation’, the RSC’s Cymbeline is stunningly retold for the 21st century.

Directed by Melly Still, Gillian Bevan takes the role of Cymbeline with Bethan Cullinane an Innogen.  A frustrating for the RSC, Cymbeline is played as an ineffectual queen ruling over a dystopian Britain.

The play runs until October 15th.