The third production at new West End theatre @sohoplace is Medea, which 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.
Medea, adapted by Robinson Jeffers from the play by Euripides. Dominic Cooke directs Sophie Okonedo as Medea and Ben Daniels as Jason/Tutor/Creon/Aegeus in this ‘uncompromising, brutally human 90-minute production’ (Evening Standard).
Medea is now playing @sohoplace theatre for a strictly limited season until 22 April. Book your tickets - from just £25 - at sohoplace.org. Best Availability Monday to Wednesday. Running Time: 90 minutes, no interval. Please note the production contains flashing lights.
Prize Providers Soho Place
To celebrate this stunning production we are giving one lucky person the chance to win a pair of tickets, see T&C's below.
Terms and Conditions: One reader will win a pair of tickets to see Medea @sohoplace, valid for all weekday performances until 14 April, subject to availability. No cash alternative available. Travel and accommodation not included.
FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN
All you have to do is answer the question below, then complete and submit the entry form.
Who directs Sophie Okonedo in Medea?
A. Ben Daniels
B. Kate Horton
C. Dominic Cooke