|University of London Festival of Greek Drama|
The Festival of Greek Drama is a unique event which every year brings together students from all over London to contribute and take part in a variety of activities related to the performance and appreciation of ancient Greek Drama.
The 2008 Festival combines the three plays from the University of London Colleges: King’s College London, University College London and Royal Holloway.
The plays are:
• Sophocles’ Oedipus Tyrannus by King’s College London
• Aeschylus’ Agamemnon by University College London, and
• Euripides’ Bacchae by Royal Holloway
5th February: Lecture at the Senate House on “The beast has slipped from the net- Animals and Greek Tragedy”
Workshop on "Exploring the role of the chorus in The Trojan Women"
6th February: Workshop on "Masks and Chorus in Ancient Greek Theatre"
6th - 8th February: King's College production of Sophocles' Oedipus Tyrannus
12th - 14th February: University College London production of Aeschylus' Agamemnon
28th February: Lecture on "The Evil Inside: Women in Greek Tragedy" by Dr Richard Hawley
5th March: Workshop on "Greek Tragedy" and "Chorus Matters”
King’s College Greek Play
The King’s College Greek Play has been an annual tradition since 1953, which is continued till today with success.