A modern adaptation of Euripides' anti-war tragedy The Trojan Women. An all-female cast of Syrian refugees skilfully amalgamate their own narratives of ferocious war and bitter exile with the ancient Greek text. Their experience of displacement and turmoil brings fresh relevance to Euripides' tragedy. The powerful stage play is fused with scenes from the documentary to create a piece of extraordinary multimedia theatre.
This event takes place at the Attenborough Centre, Sussex University