Lost Theatre - Medea; Ghost Train; A Clockwork Orange
Coming up in October at the Lost Theatre, a fringe venue in Lambeth, south west London...
5 to 9 Oct 2010
Medea, by Euripides, translated by James Morwood. Directed by Jamie Allan. In a world where the gods are all powerful, impotent, or simply absent, an all female chorus gather to the sound of a haunting soundtrack to tell the tale they have told a thousand times before, and play the parts of the vengeful Medea and her once heroic Jason, who has abandoned her for the arms of a younger Queen.
12 to 16 Oct 2010
Ghost Train, a comic thriller by Arnold Ridley. Directed by Guy Unsworth. Six passengers find themselves in a train station waiting room having missed their connection. It is a dark and stormy night, and warnings of the â 'ghost train' make their wait longer and longer.
19 to 23 Oct 2010
A Clockwork Orange, by Anthony Burgess. Directed by Paul Taylor Mills. Enter the future. Meet Alex and his Droogs. Taste the Milk. Fifteen-year-old Alex enjoys ultra-violence and Beethoven's Ninth. He and his gang rampage through a dystopian future, hunting for terrible thrills. But when Alex finds himself at the mercy of the state and subject to the ministrations of Dr Brodsky, the government psychologist, he discovers that fun is no longer the order of the day...