Antony Sher stars as King Lear in show screened at Weston Odeon
PUBLISHED: 15:43 06 October 2016 | UPDATED: 15:43 06 October 2016
Sub with credit - Ellie Kurttz
King Lear confronts his mistakes in a new version of Shakespeare's play, with Antony Sher in the starring role.
The show has been produced for the Royal Shakespeare Company and will be shown at Weston Odeon.
In William Shakespeare’s play, King Lear has ruled the realm for many years, but as he gets older, he decides to split his kingdom between his three daughters.
But he misjudges his children’s loyalty and finds himself alone in the wilderness and confronting his mistakes.
King Lear is often described as one of Shakespeare’s greatest parts, and Sher has vast stage experience and is a two-time Laurence Olivier Award-winner.
He has been part of the Royal Shakespeare Company since 1982.
King Lear will be at Weston-super-Mare’s Odeon on October 12 at 7pm.
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