Women's History Month screening: National Theatre's Medea (2014)
We are pleased to announce that the Department of History will be screening a recorded version of National Theatre’s Medea (2014), as part of our Women’s History Month events. Brought to life by Ben Power, this ancient Greek tragedy follows the heartbroken Medea as she plots revenge against her husband, risking losing everything she loves. You can find a trailer here: Official Medea Trailer with Helen McCrory
Everyone is welcome to attend across the university, both staff and students. There will be some light refreshments (though you are also welcome to bring your own!) Doors open at 5:45pm so feel free to come along then and get settled before the production starts at 6pm. The play’s runtime is roughly an hour and a half, without an interval.
Tickets are free, but places are limited, so please use this form to reserve your place: Women's History Month screening: Medea (2014)
Date: Tuesday 28th March 2023
Place: The Nelson Mandela Auditorium, Sheffield Students’ Union Building
We hope you can join us!
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