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Wild Yak & The Foreign Office present

After Aeschylus, re-created by David Greig, John Browne, Ramin Gray & Sasha Milavic Davies

In a city destroyed by war, the victorious Egyptians demand to marry the fifty daughters of Danaos. But, strange omens, a grieving widow and a mysterious priestess — these are bleak portents for a mass wedding. As the men and women square up to their wedding night, who will finally prevail? From the acclaimed team who created The Suppliant Women, this is the much-anticipated second instalment of Aeschylus’ lost epic, DANAIDS. Featuring a magnetic chorus of young men, this will be a gripping and moving event. Come see a play that has not been performed since 463 BC.

UK Premiere.

Egyptians

Wed 22 - Sat 25 February

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