Heroes of Troy (2022)
The story of the rise and fall of Troy is one that we have all come across, at least in some form. It is one of humankind’s greatest stories and its influences can be seen throughout pop culture today. Nowadays we see it as weaving fact with fiction, bringing together those most famous of Greek names for what would prove to be the last great battle of the time. The ‘heroes’ we recognise from the stories of Troy are not without their faults. Indeed, many of them make for difficult reads today. In this version of the last days of Troy, which tackles parallel stories happening either side of the walls of Troy, one presented by our Tuesday group, the other by our Thursday group, we take a look at who the real heroes were in that forsaken city.
‘We achieve immortality not through ambrosia and ichor, but through history and reputation. Through statues and epic song’ Stephen Fry, Troy.
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