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She was a monster. He chopped off her head.

This is how Medusa will be remembered by most. But was she really a monster, or a rape victim? A political activist? A social outcast? Or simply a woman with an uncompromising femininity and a rage against injustice?

Through a series of sensory installations, intimate theatre performances, dance, puppetry and music, this immersive site-sensitive piece explores how the story of Medusa resonates with the lives of women in the 21st century. Using the myth as a starting point, the show interrogates the countless contemporary monsters and what it takes for women to be considered a threat.  

"A bold, poignant adaptation of an ancient myth that alerts us to the pressing gender issues of our time" The Theatre Times


"An evocative, spectral, and incisive piece that holds a mirror to ancient and contemporary women’s experience." ON in London

Previous performances:

26-29 September 2018: The Crypt Gallery, London

27, 28 & 29 September 2017: Thames Tunnel, London

8 & 9 September 2017: The Crypt Gallery, London

4 August 2017: Wilderness Festival, Oxfordshire

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