Part adventure, part romance, part Revenge Tragedy, Homer’s epic story of monsters, magicians, witches and goddesses. A tale which has been mesmerising audiences now for over 3,000 years…
Odysseus, hero of the Trojan War and inventor of the ‘wooden horse’, be able to make it home to Ithaca in time to wreak revenge on the vicious gang of suitors who are besieging his palace, fighting for his beloved wife, Penelope’s hand in marriage and threatening to kill his son?
In order to do so he must first outwit Polyphemus, the one-eyed giant Cyclops who eats men for breakfast; Circe the deadly witch who turns men into livestock; the Sirens whose divine and irresistible song lures men to a pitiful end; Scylla the six-headed serpent and Lord Poseidon, the Earth-Shaker who pursues Odysseus across the wide-seas in a vendetta-fuelled rage.
Odysseus must use all his famed ingenuity to defy death and descend down to the underworld there in the Halls of Hades to commune with the blind prophet Tiresias.
Help is at hand – Odysseus has the immortal goddess, Athene, by his side who holds an enduring soft spot for him…
Tuesday 12th, Wednesday 13th*, Friday 15th & Saturday 16th April 2016
29 Hope Street, Liverpool, L1 9BQ
Tickets – £7 / £5
Reserve tickets on 07913 449 396
Shows start 7.30pm
* The show on Wednesday 13th will be followed by a Q & A with Greek classicist Francis Browne and members of the cast and production team.
21st April 2016
1, Hope Place, Liverpool, L1 9BG
Tickets – £12/ £10
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Or by phone – 0151 709 4988
Show starts 8pm
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