Shakespeare in the Park - Julius Caesar
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Shakespeare in the Park - Julius Caesar

Shakespeare in the Park makes its highly-anticipated return in May 2018 with Julius Caesar. Directed by Guy Unsworth (Hand to God), this production sees Shakespeare’s political thriller brought to life against a backdrop of modern-day international relations and global current affairs.

Ambition, power, and greed collide as the leaders of the R.O.M.E 7 countries gather for a summit. It’s time for them to decide who their allies really are. Trouble brews as the weather grows disturbingly ominous, and plots to assassinate the ever ambitious Caesar are hatched. Are Caesar’s conspirators truly doing a righteous deed? Or is chaos and defeat inevitable

Starring Jo Kukathas (Romeo & Juliet) as Julius Caesar alongside Ghafir Akbar (Disgraced), Daniel Jenkins (Hand to God, Romeo & Juliet), Thomas Pang (Hand to God, Romeo & Juliet) and Julie Wee (The Merchant of Venice).

Spread your picnic blanket under the stars and be mesmerised by the beautiful set and amazing cast. We promise you a night to remember!

Start Sales Date

Internet :
6 Dec 2017, 9am.

Other Channels :
6 Dec 2017, 10am.




Approximately 2 Hours 30 minutes
(15 minutes interval)

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Rating / Age Limit

  • This is a smoke-free event.
  • Ticket must be purchased for children aged 3 and above.
  • No admission for infant in arms and child below 3 years old.
  • Recommended for children aged 12 and above.
  • No pets allowed.
  • Please arrive early.
  • Ticket holders are encouraged to picnic from 6.30pm
  • No chairs allowed.

Wet Weather conditions:

  • In case of adverse weather, SRT reserves the right to cancel the performance.
  • If the show is cancelled before the interval, ticket holders may attend an alternative date which will decided by SRT, with the same ticket.
  • There will be no exchange of tickets if the show is cancelled after the interval.
  • In the event that the last performance is cancelled, patrons will be allowed to attend Shakespeare in the Park in the following year a a selected date by SRT.
  • A performance is deemed cancelled only after an official announcement is made by SRT at the event venue. This information will also be announced on SRT'S Official Facebook page thereafter.
  • No refunds will be possible.

Late Seating Advisory:

  • Latecomers will be admitted but assigned a specific picnic area.
  • You will be allowed to join your group of friends or move to a preferred area only during intermission.
  • Should you leave the venue once the performance has started, you will be required to sit at a designated area for latecomers to avoid disruption.

Through All SISTIC Channels

25% Early Bird Discount
[Valid till 19 Dec 2017]
[Applicable for Advanced Picnic tickets]
[Applicable for 4 - 6 May, 9 - 10 May shows only]

*Please note that all discounts are valid until one day before every show and valid for Picnic tickets only

For school booking discounts, please contact James at 8163 0125 or email
For corporate booking discounts, please contact Emmanuel at 6221 5585 or email

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Event Date
Wed, 2 - Sun, 27 May 2018


Ticket Pricing
(Excludes Booking Fee)

School Nights Wed Night 9 May, 16 May and 23 May
Advanced Ticket* - S$45
Standard Ticket^  - S$55 

Advanced Ticket* - S$69
Standard Ticket^  - S$79

Wed & Thur, 2 & 3 May (Preview)
Advanced Ticket* - S$45
Standard Ticket^  - S$55

Advanced Ticket* - S$69
Standard Ticket^  - S$79

Premium Picnic:
Advanced Ticket* - S$79
Standard Ticket^  - S$89

Thur & Sun shows
Advanced Ticket* - S$49
Standard Ticket^  - S$59

Advanced Ticket* - S$79
Standard Ticket^  - S$89

Premium Picnic:
Advanced Ticket* - S$89
Standard Ticket^  - S$99

Fri & Sat shows
Advanced Ticket* - S$59
Standard Ticket^  - S$69

Advanced Ticket* - S$89
Standard Ticket^  - S$99

Premium Picnic:
Advanced Ticket* - S$99
Standard Ticket^  - S$109

*Available until one day before performance.
^Available only on event day.

Pavilion: Includes a seat under a tent and a show programme.

Premium Picnic: Includes numbered seating at a reserved picnic area near the stage, a backrest that's yours to keep and a show programme.

Seating Plan