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University of Oxford Student Season: Trinity Term 2024

Tickets: £6 | Discounts £5

By Euripides, trans. Anna Coopey

A goddess scorned, a woman betrayed, a son cursed by his own father... Euripides' Hippolytus is a story of forbidden love, familial betrayal, and divine vengeance, brought to life with a new translation by Anna Coopey, staged as a timeless production.

Witness the tragic unravelling of the Athenian royal household from within, torn apart by fate, rumour, and the capricious whims of the gods. As Phaedra's lust and her stepson Hippolytus' virtue collide, the family becomes ensnared in a web of desire and dishonour.