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Arthur is chosen as the unlikely king of a mythical, medieval England.
Aided by the wizard Merlin and opposed by the ruthless enchantress, Morgan le Fay, he must unite a fractured kingdom.
He establishes a golden age leading a new breed of honourable brother-sister knights, who gather democratically around his famous round table.
But the idyllic peace and harmony is threatened by rivalry and unexpected betrayals of the heart, including the love of Arthur's queen, Guinevere for his best friend, Lancelot.
Drawing from the beautiful ancient text of Sir Thomas Malory's celebrated telling of the Camelot myths, Le Morte D'Artur, this romantic, action packed, dramatic account of King Arthur's reign will captivate anyone who appreciates the power of language, potent symbolism and an epic story, well told.
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London SE1 2DB
Performance days & times
Wednesday ‑ 7‑30pm
Thursday ‑ 7‑30pm
Friday ‑ 7‑30pm
Saturday ‑ 7‑30pm
17 August, 7:30pm ‑ Captioned Performance
25 August, 6:30pm ‑ Earlier Relaxed Performance
31 August, 6:30pm ‑ Audio Described Performance
Author: Phil Willmott
Director: Phil Willmott
Set designer: Justin Williams & Jonny Rust
Costume designer: Penn O'Gara
Lighting: Ben Jacobs
Sound: Theo Holloway
Fight director: Roger Bartlett
Movement: Francesca Bridge-Cicic
Production: Gods and Monsters Theatre