Julius Caesar

About the play

“Not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more.” 

Your world and your climate are struggling under the weight of humanity, but your leader is a tyrant, blind to the forces of nature working against him. The power is there for you to take, but it is not yours by right. And yet, you seem to be the only person in the position to take action. What do you do? 

Following their critically acclaimed productions of ‘The Wasp’ by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm and ‘The Jailer’s Daughter’ by Esther Joy Mackay (“a masterstroke of contemporary theatre” ★★★★★ The Upcoming), The UnDisposables return with their first production since becoming an Associate Company of the Space Theatre.

Their politically charged production of ‘Julius Caesar’ marches into the Space in East London from 10 – 21 March 2020. Drawing parallels with the modern day issue of climate change, it delves into the moral ambiguity within Shakespeare’s classic text, questioning who has the right to power, and by what means can or should power be achieved?   

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Why we need your help

Female-led theatre collective, The UnDisposables, burst onto the scene in March 2018 and since then have been providing creative opportunities for over 100 emerging artists through our sell-out series of scratch nights, brand-new commissions and full-scale productions. 

We are a young company with big ambitions, but we need your help to realise them. Unlike a lot of the bigger theatre companies, The UnDisposables does not yet receive any subsidy from the Arts Council  (despite our very best efforts!) and is heavily dependent on both Box Office sales and the generosity of individual donors and corporate sponsors to help us fund our work.

By donating to our campaign for ‘Julius Caesar’, your money will be put towards a number of key production costs, including personnel, marketing, the physical set, props and costumes, and the research and development of new work.

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Our way of saying thank you…

We are very grateful for any and all support for this campaign, no matter what you can give, your money will make a huge difference.

As an extra special thanks to those of you who are able to donate larger amounts, we thought we'd sweeten the deal with a few reward packages:

Pledge £25 or more:

- Exclusive, behind-the scenes updates from the rehearsal room
Supporter credit on The UnDisposables website


Pledge £50 or more

- A personalised signed poster from the cast
- Exclusive, behind-the scenes updates from the rehearsal room
- Supporter credit on The UnDisposables website
 

Pledge £75 or more

- 1 x complimentary ticket to ‘Julius Caesar’
- A personalised signed poster from the cast
- Exclusive, behind-the scenes updates from the rehearsal room
- Supporter credit on The UnDisposables website
 

Pledge £100 or more

- 2 x complimentary tickets to ‘Julius Caesar’
- A personalised signed poster from the cast
- Exclusive, behind-the scenes updates from the rehearsal room
- Supporter credit on The UnDisposables website


You can buy your tickets for the show by clicking here


Thank you for you support! We really couldn't do this without you.

With love,
The UnDisposable team and company of Julius Caesar.

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Fundraising team: Julius Caesar Company (6)

Esther Mackay 
Organizer
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London, Greater London, United Kingdom
Conor Gray 
Team member
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Jake Saunders 
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