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BRIGHTON FRINGE: Agamemnon – The Warren Studio 2

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Writer: Steven Berkoff Director: Tanushka Marah Reviewer: James Napleton A whirlwind of war, love and death: Windmill Young Actors’ Agamemnon sees Steven Berkoff’s play performed to fabulous effect. The play is an adaptation of the work of Greek playwright Aeschylus and it follows the victory and tragic aftermath of the Trojan War as Agamemnon returns home to Greece. One of ...

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The Bunker: Morgana & Agamemnon – Southwark Playhouse, London

Writer: Jamie Wilkes Director: Jethro Compton Reviewer: Edie R [rating:4] Titanic in “The Large” at Southwark Playhouse is garnering five-star reviews, but don’t overlook “The Little”. This month, it’s hosting two short plays from “The Bunker” trilogy by Jamie Wilkes. “Morgana” and “Agamemnon” transpose the core of two of the most famous English and Greek legends to the trenches of ...

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