Prometheus Bound in Greek at St Paul’s Girls’ School

Following in the steps of Bacchae, Hecuba, Medea, Electra, and Antigone in recent years, the classical students of St Paul’s Girls’ School are mounting a production of Aeschylus’s Prometheus Bound in Greek, for one night only.

The performance, which is abridged but fully staged, with surtitles, will take place at 6.00 pm on Wednesday 22nd March in the Singing Hall. It will last for about 40 minutes. Refreshments will be available from 5.30 pm.

The address of the school is St Paul’s Girls’ School, Brook Green, London, W6 7BS; main telephone 020 7603 2288. The nearest tube is Hammersmith.

There is no charge. However, places are limited and it is essential to book seats in advance, although tickets will not be issued. If you or any pupils from your school would like to attend, please email Gregory Wilsdon at with a list of names as soon as possible and at the latest by Friday 17th March.