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Medea

Dominic Cooke directs Sophie Okonedo and Ben Daniels in a new production of Medea.

What could turn a woman from a lover into a destroyer of love?

Medea tells the story of a woman laid bare by grief and rage, and her terrible quest for revenge against the men who have abandoned her.

Sophie Okonedo brings her visceral, mercurial brilliance to literature’s most titanic female protagonist, whose complexity and contradictions have kept audiences on the edge of their seats, unable to look away, for almost 2,500 years.

Theatre
@sohoplace

Booking
Friday 10 February 2023 – Saturday 22 April 2023

Tickets From
£25

Show Times
Monday – Saturday, 7.30pm
Thursday & Saturday, 2.30pm

Running Time
Approx 1hr 40mins no interval

Age recommendation
15+

CAST

Sophie Okonedo
Ben Daniels
Further casting to be announced

CREATIVES

Adapted by Robinson Jeffers from an original play by EuripidesAuthor
Dominic CookeDirector
Vicki MortimerSet/Costume Design
Neil AustinLighting Design
Gareth FrySound Design

TICKETS

Tickets From
£25

Access Performances
Audio Described Performance: Saturday 18 March 2023, 2.30pm
Captioned Performance: Friday 14 April 2023, 7.30pm

Groups Rate
10+ Bands A & B reduced to £49.50
Monday to Thursday

School Groups
10+ £25, plus 1 free teacher ticket for every 10 students booked.
Monday to Wednesday

Theatre
@sohoplace

Booking
Friday 10 February 2023 – Saturday 22 April 2023

Show Times
Monday – Saturday, 7.30pm
Thursday & Saturday, 2.30pm

Running Time
Approx 1hr 40mins no interval

Age recommendation
15+

VISITING THE VENUE

@sohoplace is located in Soho Place, the first new street name in Soho for 72 years.
For more information click here

By Tube
Nearest underground station is Tottenham Court Road

By Train
@sohoplace is approximately 15-18 minutes from Charing Cross Station. For times and more information please visit National Rail Enquiries.

By Bus
Number 14, 19, 22b, 24, 29, 38 or 176 to Covent Garden