By Friedrich von Schiller, adapted by Mike Poulton
"Our greatest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure."
Madrid, 1568: the bloody height of the Spanish Inquisition.
Rumours of a crisis ripple through the torch-lit corridors of the royal household. One man hates everything King Philip II fi ghts for. One man loves the King's wife. One man: the King's son, Don Carlos.
Friedrich von Schiller was inspired by Shakespeare's Hamlet in creating his masterpiece. Now, to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Schiller's birth, Sovereign Arts resurrects this classic tale, featuring Oxford University's finest theatrical talent in a bold new adaptation by Mike Poulton.
Venue: Main Stage | Category: Student Drama