Freely adapted from Seneca by Howard Colyer
Presented by Nameless Theatre
Directed by James Farrell
Troy has fallen. The city has been destroyed and its people slaughtered. The few survivors are prisoners of the Greek Army which is waiting to sail back to Greece. The army is disintegrating in the wake of its victory, but the killing continues. The fate of the prisoners hangs in the balance.
Wars don’t come to an end when the fighting stops.
Howard Colyer is a playwright and novelist. He and James Farrell have previously collaborated on Kafka V Kafka (2012).
Howard’s plays include Conference Call (2012), The Overcoat (2011), and Homework (2011). His novels include Gregory Gun and Oldshaw.
Nameless Theatre’s past productions include Miracle (2011), Miss Julie (2009), Carve (2008), and The Sperm Monologues (2006). James Farrell recently directed Pericles for the RSC. He is now the Assistant Director on Goodnight Mr Tom at the Phoenix Theatre, West End.
Tuesday 15 January – Saturday 2 February at 7.45 pm
Saturday matinee 19 January at 4.15 pm
Performances Tuesday – Saturday only
(Suitable for over 14s)
Tickets: £13, £10 concs
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Box office: 0844 8700 887
Please watch the trailer HERE