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Simon McBurney on Rabelais

France’s Shakespeare? Rabelais, no doubt!

France’s Shakespeare? Rabelais, no doubt!
Simon McBurney is an Olivier Award-winning and Tony Award-nominated actor, writer and director. He is the founder and artistic director of the theatre company Complicite, which performs throughout the world. A Disappearing Number, one of their latest productions is a piece conceived and directed by McBurney, which was performed at the Barbican in autumn 2008 and toured internationally. In February 2009 he directed the Complicite production Shun-kin, which was produced in London and Tokyo in 2010.

In English


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Date and Time:

13 October 2011 at 7:00 pm


1 hour



The French Institute
17 Queensberry Place
020 7073 1333

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£12, conc £8, students £5

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Box office: 020 7073 1350

Additional Information:

Advance booking recommended as places limited

Doors open at 6.40pm, no entry permitted after 7.00pm

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