Heswall Hall, Wirral
The story of the Trojan War is one of the most well known pieces of mythical history and has been the topic of hundreds of pieces of drama. This adaptation takes a more contemporary look at the war and the implications that ten years of siege have on the city.
'We are the eyes of the city,
The ears of the city,
Heart of the city,
Fists of the city!'
On the walls of the besieged city of Troy, near the Sceaen gate, are the Youths on the rampart. Troy's self declared defence league. The children left behind in the city after the adult population deserted them to play their part in the 10 year war. This is a play about war, politics, camaraderie and betrayal.
Directed by Abbie Rippon.
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