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Running Time: 2 hours 25 minutes
Venue: Trafalgar Studio One (Book a nearby hotel)
Venue Directions: Take the Northern or Bakerloo Line to Charing Cross station. The theatre is 10 minutes walk.
Seating Plan: Trafalgar Studio One

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About Othello

Acclaimed new production of Shakespeare's tragedy starring Lenny Henry.

Othello is one of Shakespeare’s most popular and frequently performed tragedies, and with themes of jealousy, betrayal and racism, it remains one of the bard’s most relevant works.

This new production arrives in London after a triumphant run at the Yorkshire Playhouse and a sellout regional tour with the unlikely but ingenious casting of Lenny Henry in the title role. While Lenny Henry is best known for his stand-up performances and TV sketch show, his impressive performance in his first Shakespeare role won wild acclaim. The UK press described his performance as ‘powerful’, ‘astonishing’ and ‘excellent’.

A disturbing tragedy Othello is driven by the contrast between love and obsessive hate. While the Moorish General Othello is brave, noble and deeply in love with his wife Desdemona, soldier Iago is bitter and ambitious, weaving an enormous web of lies to increase his standing. Not only does Iago not realise the impact his deceipt will have on those around him, but the consequence he causes fro himself and Othello makes for one of Shakespeare’s most tragic endings.