Sewell Barn Theatre, Constitution Hill, Norwich NR3 4BB Ticket sales: 0333 666 3366 Sewell Barn Trust: Registered Charity No 277724
The Sewell Barn Company
At the Sewell Barn Theatre,
(Sewell Park Academy), Constitution
Hill, Norwich, NR3 4BB
Friday 17 June: 7.30pm
Saturday 18 June: 2.30pm and 7.30pm
At the Maddermarket Theatre,
St John's Alley, Norwich NR2 1DR
Monday 20 June: 7.30pm
Directed by Immi Lea
A rehearsed reading in aid of DEC Ukraine Appeal and in support of Refugee Week.
Ticket prices and booking arrangements
• £5, £10 and £20 (customer chooses the
price) for both venues
• At least 80% of ticket revenue will be given to DEC Ukraine Appeal
• No seat reservations at either venue
• Tickets also on sale at the door, subject to availability
The war between Athens and Sparta began 2,400 years ago and lasted nearly 30 years. But wars have continued ever since and the dynamics of conflict have changed little.
Thucydides wrote his history to warn future generations of the inhumanities and deceits of war and his message is as powerful today as when it was written.
Can we ever learn from history to change our present, and what insights can drama provide into the eternal truths of human nature and conflict?