UCL Play 2018: Lysistrata

Tickets are now on-sale for UCL’s 2018 production of Aristophanes’ Lysistrata, in Alan Sommerstein’s much loved Penguin translation. Five performances will take place at the Shaw Theatre on Euston Road at the following times:

7th February at 19.30

8th February at 14.30 and 19.30

9th February at 14.30 and 19.30

Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/event-ticketing/booking?ev=17055&spektrix_bounce=true

In addition to the performances, we can also offer the following exciting array of public events:

Wednesday 7th February

6.00-7.00pm – Public Talk by Professor Miriam Leonard (UCL) (please register here: https://lysistratalecture1.eventbrite.co.uk)

Thursday 8th February 

6.00-7.00pm – Public Talk by Dr. Lucy Jackson (KCL) (please register here: https://lysistratalecture2.eventbrite.co.uk)

Friday 9th February

3.15-5.15pm – Workshop led by David Stuttard

6.00-7.00pm – Public Talk by Dr. Adam Lecznar (UCL) (please register here: https://lysistratalecture3.eventbrite.co.uk)

All talks and the workshop are free of charge. However, the participatory nature of the workshop means that space is limited, and pre-booking is therefore essential. For the workshop, please reserve spaces by emailing Dr. Tom Mackenzie at t.mackenzie@ucl.ac.uk. Please note that workshop participants should be aged 16 or over. We would also recommend pre-booking for the lectures, via the eventbrite pages listed above, in order to avoid potential disappointment on the day.

Dr. K.T.M. (Tom) Mackenzie
G. Leventis Research Fellow

Department of Greek and Latin
University College London
Gower Street