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Antigone

Mon 22nd – Sat 27th Aug 2016

NO UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

“A gritty politicisation of Sophocles' tragedy sees Antigone rebel against the establishment of Creon's police state. ”

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Eleventh Hour Theatre

SUMMARY

The city of Thebes stands on the brink of collapse, following a crippling attack. The young, idealistic Antigone fights for the honour of her dead brother, as Governor Creon's increasingly tyrannical desire for conformity overpowers the pleading voices of his people. The implosion of his self-created police state, rife with brutality and a total disregard for civil liberties, will bring Creon to his knees, as he sees everything that he sought to protect fall apart before his very eyes. Violence, betrayal and rebellion will see the streets run red with royal blood.

Admission: £8(£6)

the Space @ Surgeon's Hall (V53)

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