Theatre, Fringe

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A new production of Euripedes' play from Antic Face staged in the tunnel entrance to the V&A. The Greek story tells of Phaedra, who is in love with her stepson Hippolytos, who isn't keen on ladies or any kind of sauciness. It's a troubling tale of juicy tragedy and abstinence and passion. This is a new translation from Frederic Raphael and Kenneth McLeish. Entrance to the piece is from the Exhibition Road Tunnel that runs from South Kensington tube.



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