NT Revealed: Antigone Explored

Staff Director Drew Mulligan presents an in-depth insight into director Polly Findlay’s concept for the show and the process that she and the Company undertook to create it, with a chance to see some video excerpts from the production.

23 January, 5 – 7pm

To book call the Box Office on 020 7452 3000, return a completed group booking form or email boxoffice@nationaltheatre.org.uk.

Antigone: a hand reaching up from out of the earth

NT Revealed: Antigone Explored

The 2012 National Theatre production of Sophocles’ classic play presented a unique and radical vision. Staff Director Drew Mulligan presents an in-depth insight into director Polly Findlay’s concept for the show and the process that she and the Company undertook to create it, with a chance to see some video excerpts from the production.

23 January, 5 – 7pm

Cost: £7.50 per student (one free teacher place per ten students). Students and teachers can book individual tickets at full price.

Digital Classroom Resources

An introduction to Greek Theatre
An introduction to Greek Tragedy

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