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Emperor and Galilean at The National Theatre in London is Ibsen's greatest and longest play.
Emperor and Galilean at The National Theatre London

Emperor and Galilean at The National Theatre London

9th June - 31st July 2011
National Theatre, South Bank, London SE1 9PX
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7 452 3000

Emperor and Galilean in London National Theatre charts the true story of the world-changing Emperor Julian has he tries to defeat Christianity and restore the Greek gods of old. Created by Henrik Ibsen and reworked by Ben Power, Emperor and Galilean in London National Theatre is a modern adaptation of an epic historical play.

Travelling around Greece and the Middle-East between 351 and 363 AD, Emperor and Galilean in London National Theatre examinations a crucial time for civilisation.

Emperor and Galilean in London National Theatre depicts the struggle of Emperor Julian as he tries to reach spiritual fulfilment. A free-thinker believing Christianity has bound humanity with fear, Julian ties in vain to destroy the religion; turning himself into a tyrant.

Ironically advancing the cause of Christianity, Emperor Julian leaves behind a legacy that has shaped today's world.

Emperor and Galilean in London National Theatre is a fantastic play.

For more information on Emperor and Galilean at The National Theatre in London, please phone +44 (0)20 7452 3000.

Visiting Emperor and Galilean at The National Theatre in London:

Cost: From £12

Time: 7pm & 12.45pm

Age Restrictions: N/A

Nearest Underground Station: Waterloo

Official Site: www.nationaltheatre.org.uk

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