WGGS to perform Trojan Women as school play
The WGGS drama department is excited to announce that it will be performing Euripedes' 'Trojan Women' as the school production this year.
'Trojan Women' breathes a breath of modernity into the ancient tragedy 'Troiades'. The play is set in a refugee camp on outskirts of Troy after the calamity of the Trojan war. With all the men dead, the women are abandoned and wait to be enslaved by the Greek army.
Follow the journey of the women as they say their last goodbyes to their home and family in a captivating tale of love and loss.
The play will be held on the 30th and 31st of January in the Main Hall at 7pm. Adult tickets are £5 each, students/concession tickets are £3 each. All proceeds from tickets will go towards future school productions. Refreshments will be served raising money for charity and the bar will also be open for drinks.
Tickets are available now on ParentPay.