Adapted from the work of Sophocles by G. Eugeniou
This final chapter in the myth of Oedipus strikes particular resonance with the current economic crisis and austerity dilemma in Greece.
The distractive confrontation between an experienced but unimaginative politician and an unrelenting idealist is an astonishingly relevant commentary on democracy and the interaction of people and government.
The questions of morality and authority in Antigone 2012 draw parallels between the occurrences in Greece and the global values of humanity.
17-28 April 2012
Starts at 19.30 (Sundays at 16.30pm - No Monday show)
Tickets: £10, £8 concession
26 Crowndale Road, NW1 1TT, London
Nearest tube station: Mornington Crescent (Northern Line)