"This magnificent production catapults David Farr to the front rank of Shakespearian directors" - Sunday Times
"Greg Hicks is magnificent" - Observer
"The most gripping RSC production I've seen in a long while" - Independent on Sunday
"Greg Hicks' superb performance in the title role" - Financial Times
"This is a gripping production of one of Shakespeare's most daunting but rewarding plays, and Hicks seizes all his chances in the finest performance of his career." - Daily Telegraph
"There is a breathtaking beauty and dynamism to the RSC's Japanese-style Coriolanus" - Evening Standard
Caius Marcius is an unequalled warrior in battle and rewarded with the title Coriolanus for his services to Rome. However, his arrogance and unyielding nature eventually turn his once beloved citizens against him, and he is banished. Raising a mighty army, Coriolanus marches on Rome and brings it to the brink of absolute destruction. But his family beg him to spare the city, and by agreeing, he condemns himself to bloody murder. Performed by the Royal Shakespeare Company.