Watch the reading here
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As an act of solidarity with the people and the theater community in Belarus, Klockriketeatern is reading Andrei Kureichik's play – together with theaters around the world. The reading is published as a video, in English.
Premiere in Finnish at Espoo City Theatre april 21 2021
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This carnivalesque interpretation of William Shakespeare's classic honors the original language and text, while bringing the age old questions of power and honor to a present day context.

Listen to the podcast here
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Wednesday
21.4
19:00

Julius Caesar Espoon Kaupunginteatterissa

Julius Caesarian suomenkielinen ensi-ilta Espoon Kaupunginteatterissa!
Espoon Kaupunginteatteri
Thursday
22.4
19:00

Julius Caesar Espoon Kaupunginteatterissa

Julius Caesarian suomenkielinen ensi-ilta Espoon Kaupunginteatterissa!
Espoon Kaupunginteatteri

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Klockriketeatern
– Finland's International Nomad Theatre

Welcome to Klockriketeatern!

We are a free theatre company based in Helsinki, Finland.

Like nomads, we wander the world and drift across borders, to new places.
Asking questions – about ourselves and the other.

We collaborate with other theaters, groups and artists in Finland and internationally.

Humanistic values are our core and the performing arts are our medium.

READ MORE ABOUT KLOCKRIKETEATERN

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I had imagined a paradise for them

Klockriketeatern's chief, Dan Henriksson, writes about Harry Martinson’s Aniara, about artificial intelligence, art and light.Read more »

"I'm not interested in affirming anyone's morality. I'm interested in asking questions"

Donald Nally, conductor and artistic director of Grammy Award winning chamber choir The Crossing, talks about how art can affect society, and about his own relationship with Harry Martinson's Aniara.Read more »

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