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RSC London season goes round, but what to see?

Have been perusing the brochure for the RSC's London season which plopped onto my doormat this week. Stratford is coming to Camden this year with the company taking up residence at the Roundhouse*. And I am really quite excited about what they will do in this unique space (and the fact that they aren't using one of the stuffy West End theatres).

I've been to gigs there but have always wanted to see some theatre, and particularly theatre in the round which I'm hopeful the RSC will do.

Now all I need to do is decide on what I want to see. It's a choice between Anthony & Cleopatra and Julius Caeser. I've not seen either play before (I'm slowly working through the ones I didn't study at school/uni). Any suggestions?

* The building is an old Victorian railway engine turning shed.