The January meeting was a trip to the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry to see the Greek tragedy, Medea. Some members met for drinks and a chat before the show. We were then whisked away to Ancient Greece by a very professional production by the Warwick University Classics Society. Considering that this show was first performed in 431 BC, it deals with topics that are just as relevant today as 2500 years ago: justice, immigration, revenge, women’s role in society….. We all left the show two hours later entertained and educated. A very enjoyable evening.
6:00pm – Purchase/collect tickets and enjoy refreshments
7:30pm – Play starts
Warwick Classic Society presents Euripides’ Medea at the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry. This play is a tragic piece of ancient Greek theatre that explores love, loss, betrayal, and the consequential revenge of its eponymous heroine, Medea.
Attendees are welcome to meet us for refreshments in the theatre cafeteria from 6:00pm before the play starts at 7:30pm. Our group will aim to sit in Row K in the theatre.
Tickets available for purchase here, or contact the box office: 024 7655 3055.
Coventry, CV1 1GS