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Antigone Now

Written by Sophocles in 442 B.C. and presented here in a new adaptation, Antigone: Now tells the tale of a young heroine who goes against society to honour the death of her brother. This new powerfully physical version of the play depicts the empowerment of women and the crucial issues modern societies must grapple with today.

Directed by Marina Pallarès-Elias.