Odyssey ‘84

Made at Sherman Theatre

Written by Tim Price

Directed by Joe Murphy

ACCESS

  • Thu 17 Oct - 7:30pm BSL interpreted
  • Thu 24 Oct - 7:30pm BSL interpreted
  • Mon 21 Oct - 6:30pm Relaxed Performance
  • Tue 22 Oct - 7:30pm Audio Described
  • Thu 24 Oct - 7:30pm Captioned
  • Sat 26 Oct - 2pm Captioned

Overview

11 - 26 Oct 2024
Various

Pricing

£16 - £29. Under 25s Half Price. Concessions £2 off.

Further details

  • Language: English
  • Space: Main House
Important Information

This show contains depictions of violence and strong language.

The personal and the political collide in Tim Price’s beautiful and heartfelt re-telling of the 1984 Miners’ Strike, inspired by Homer’s Odyssey.

“So. Man of many turns. Tell us your story. From the beginning.”

As the strike begins miner John O’Donnell finds himself thrust into a fight for survival, taking him far from South Wales. Meanwhile, at home, his wife Penny goes on her own epic personal journey whilst striving to support her community. When they are finally reunited, they find that their very different journeys have transformed their lives forever.

Set against the backdrop of one of the most turbulent periods in our recent history, Odyssey ’84 promises a spectacular theatre experience. This major new play tells of the adventures our ideals take us on.

The performances from 11 to 14 October will be Pay What You Want. They will go on sale in mid 2024.

BSL interpretation by Tony Evans (17 October, 7.30pm and 24 October, 7.30pm).

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