BA Acting Summer Shows 2018: After Troy

A person bent down lighting a candle in a dark room

25 Jun - 30 Jun 2018

After ten years of relentless and exhausting war, Troy has fallen to the Greeks. The city's menfolk are dead - it's women, refugees. 


Award winning poet and playwright Glyn Maxwell rips up two Greek tragedies and makes a new play from the fragments. A passionate, contemporised retelling of Euripides' 'Women of Troy' and 'Hecuba', 'After Troy' exposes the cruelty of war through all time.

Tickets: Full price £12 | Concessions £7 | UAL staff/students: £5 with UAL email address | CSM staff/students: Free with promo code.
**Please note that the shows may contain elements that are not suitable for all audiences, such as strobe lights, strong language, nudity or violence. More information will be provided shortly.

Performed in repertoire with The Changeling by Thomas Middleton and William Rowley and directed by Sebastian Harcombe. A BA Acting production in collaboration with BA Performance: Design and Practice.

Running time: 2 hours with interval