Presented by Gobbledigook Theatre and The Flanagan Collective, Orpheus is an ancient story of love and loss and adventure. A story of this world and the next. Of how far we’d go for the people we love and what happens when we come back empty handed.

From the depths of the underworld to the tops of the highest mountains, Orpheus is an epic tale of gods and challenges and love reimagined for the modern day.

From the back rooms of pubs to terraced houses and cab journeys Alexander Wright and Phil Grainger transform this ancient myth in to a modern day epic about people, our relationships and what we’ll do to try and stay together. 

Doors: 7pm, Show start: 7.30pm

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