Shakespearean sitcom. Will writes a new play about Julius Caesar and the players indulge in some backstage backstabbing.
Will has decided to write a play about the life of Julius Caesar. The only problem is how to deal with his assassination. After all Her Majesty is not likely to approve of any play about doing in the head of state, and Robert Greene is particularly keen to label Will a traitor.
Things are not going well in the theatre either. Burbage is hogging the limelight and the other players have decided to get together and depose him. Should Will back the conspirators? Or is there a way he can use his skill with words to stop the plotters in their tracks?
|Kit Marlowe||Tim Downie|
|Lucy||Jocelyn Jee Esien|
|Robert Greene||Mark Heap|
|Will Shakespeare||David Mitchell|
|Anne Shakespeare||Liza Tarbuck|
|Executive Producer||Chris Sussman|