“If there’s a God, which at the moment I DOUBT, I want you to curse him. If there’s any justice, I want them – both of them – in a car crash.”
From Watford Palace site: “Her husband’s gone and her future isn’t bright. Imprisoned at home, Medea can’t work, can’t sleep, and increasingly can’t cope. While her child plays, she plots revenge.
This new and startlingly modern version of Euripides’ classic tragedy explores how in today’s world a mother, fuelled by anger at her husband’s infidelity, might be driven to commit the worst possible crime…
Mike Bartlett is one of the UK’s most exciting writers, receiving critical acclaim for his plays including Earthquakes in London (Headlong/National), Love, Love, Love (Royal Court/Paines Plough) and the new West End stage version of Chariots of Fire.”
“Everything about this production is smart and lightly done”
★★★★★ Read Independent Review of the show in Glasgow