What if you are told your future?
What do you do with that knowledge?
What happens if you are just a child?
5th February to 2nd March 2013
BAZ Productions is thrilled to announce the follow up production to the award-nominated 2011 Macbeth.
Helen, aged 12, has a strange man come to stay. 10 year old Paris returns home, a stranger in his own family. When both are told what the future has in store, neither child can imagine the terrifying effect this will have on their worlds.
Set in the two contrasting worlds of ‘Troy’ and ‘Sparta’, PROPHESY explores the moments in Paris and Helen’s childhood when they receive the prophesies that, when they grow up, bring about the complete destruction of their families and worlds.
Devised by the ensemble, PROPHESY has been developed through improvisation. Taking characters from the classic Greek Myths in settings not unlike modern Britain, PROPHESY investigates the notion of self-identity in children: the roles they take on, the expectations they have and the choices they make.
Nearest Tube: Old Street Exit 4 (Northern Line – Bank Branch)
Nearest Rail: Old Street (National Rail – First Capital Connect)
Bus Routes: 135, 55, 243, 35, 43, 47, 76, 141, 205, 214, 271, 21, 42, 344, 153.
Parking: No parking on site. 24 hour Car Parks available at Baldwin Street and Paul Street.
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