Archives - Boudica

by Tristan Bernays

Directed by Rosemary Bianchi

Friday 31st May – Saturday 8th June 2019 in the Auditorium

At the edge of the known world, rebellion is brewing.

Roman Britain, AD 61. Boudica, Queen of the Iceni, is exiled for trying to claim her rightful title. Furious, she raises an army to fight the Romans but with the odds against them, failure means annihilation. Victory follows victory – but success brings responsibilities and issues of human rights that will resonate with contemporary audiences. At what point do the heroes themselves become the oppressors?

Tristan Bernays shows Boudica not as a nationalist icon, but as a strong, complex woman seeking justice, a mother passionately protecting her children. With its mix of high drama, adrenalin-fuelled action and broad humour echoing Shakespeare and Game of Thrones, Boudica promises audiences a powerful theatrical experience.


Tickets are now available for just £13. Buy online or from the Box Office.

Meal deal

Take advantage of our £29 meal deal with Terranova Italian Restaurant in Stanborough Park which includes a 2-course, pre-show meal from the set menu with a glass of wine and a ticket for the show. Download the menu

Not available Sundays and Mondays.

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Part of the Barn’s 2018/2019 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club


Friday 31st May – Saturday 8th June 2019

Friday 31st May8.00pm 
Saturday 1st June8.00pm 
Monday 3rd June8.00pm 
Tuesday 4th June8.00pm 
Wednesday 5th June8.00pm 
Thursday 6th June8.00pm 
Friday 7th June8.00pm 
Saturday 8th June2.30pm 
Saturday 8th June8.00pm 

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