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Posted on: February 24th, 2013 by Romana Turina No Comments

Unmythable at the Hellenic Centre tonight


photo: Temple Theatre

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[LONDON / From our Correspondent] Tonight at the Hellenic Centre in London, three actors will play dozens of parts and will show to the public king Midas after the gold ran out, the Odyssey from a foot-soldier’s perspective, and what really happened in that wooden horse.

The award winning Unmythable by Temple Theatre will go on stage at 6 p.m. and promises an unforgettable journey through all the greatest Greek myths ever told.

Jason will board the Argo in a night of brilliant storytelling and songs which will offer to the public an original take on Greek culture and the richness of its mythological tradition.  Defined as “superb physical theatre” by Iain Sykes (Public Reviews) and “A Pythonesque Goodie bag” by Dan Lentell (Fringe Review), the show is worth seeing, and nobody should miss it.

Temple Theatre are touring Unmythable in the UK and in Europe in the 2013. Look around you! It might come to your city as well.

Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street, W1U 5AS,  entrance is free of charge.


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