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Greek tragedy funnier than you have ever seen it before
Audiences can enjoy a comedy whistle-stop tour through Greek tragedy.
All the greatest Greek myths will be performed by three actors in one hour-long play, Unmythable, which comes to Richmond fresh from a run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Legendary heroes, deadly monsters, epic fights and fantastical flights are all brought to life in the show, which mixes physical theatre with high-jinx, song and drama.
The Temple Theatre production, suitable for all the family, includes songs from Barbershopera’s Rob Castell and will come to Richmond as part of a national tour.
Actors trained at the powerhouse of physicality, Jacques Lecoq’s school in Paris, and the company won awards at two international theatre festivals and a Pick of the Fringe selection at Edinburgh.
Cast member Paul O’Mahony returns to the Orange Tree Theatre after his latest performance at the theatre in the comedy Seven Year Twitch.
Unmythable at the Orange Tree Theatre, Clarence Street, Richmond, Sunday, October 6, 4pm and 7pm. Tickets £10, under 16s £5.
Visit orangetreetheatre.co.uk or call 020 8940 3633.
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