"What you leave behind is not what is engraved on stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others"
Every evening (except Sunday) at 7.30pm Robinson College Gardens
Any potential suitor who wishes to marry the daughter of Antiochus must first answer a riddle. To answer incorrectly means immediate death. But when Pericles discovers the dark and terrible answer to King Antiochus' riddle, he flees for his life. In self-exile from Tyre he encounters famine, shipwreck, love and fatherhood . . . but in his desire to return home, he once again jeopardises his life and those he loves. Don’t miss this startling production.
A beautifully-paced, thoughtful and intelligent production, with plenty of action offsetting moments of real pathos and tragedy
Finished for 2018
Pericles has now finished for 2018 - please join us for the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival in 2019!