The great Comédie Française once again perches on our screens, this time with Británico, by Jean Racine, one of the three great playwrights of the French seventeenth century, including Corneille and the well-known Molière.
With a daring and contemporary staging by Stéphane Braunschweig, we invite you this Thursday 03-11-2021, at 7:25 p.m. to stop by the cinema to enjoy the good theater.
The price of the tickets will be € 13 for Ordinary, € 9 for CineCiutat members, € 8 for children under 14 and € 10 for students. You can reserve them in the following link.
Thanks to the manipulations of his mother Agrippina, Nero rules in Rome. Británico, his half brother and heir to the late Emperor Claudius, logically should have been the legitimate heir to power. Feeling threatened by him, Nero kidnaps Junia, Británico's fiancée, and gradually becomes a tyrant.