Blood Wedding

Blood Wedding

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Blood Wedding is Federico García Lorca’s dramatic exploration of the passions that turn rational creatures into irrational ones – humans into animals. 

In arid, rural isolation, the fate of two families is ravaged by murder and marriage. Written in the political turmoil of the build up to the Spanish Civil War, Blood Wedding portrays characters driven solely by blood, lust and a thirst for revenge.

With poetic extravagance and a mixture of fierce realism and eerie surrealism, Ted Hughes’ translation of Lorca’s masterpiece maintains the fire of the Spanish original, whilst lending it an unmistakable earthiness. Brought to the Oxford stage by 1936 Productions, this adaptation achieves an experimental take on the Spanish classic through an innovative interpretation of theatrical space and acting. 

Duration: 1 hour 20mins with no interval

Book Tickets

£6.00

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