HAMS does Homer . . . kinda
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The next HAMS production has been sighted out on the wine-dark sea. We will be tackling Homer’s epic of all epics, The Odyssey.
What the . . .?!
Yes! An evening spent retelling the travels and trials of Odysseus during his ten years of wandering after the sack of Troy; eventually returning home to Ithaca and rescuing his wife Penelope from unwanted suiters.
But . . . this is HAMS
We will tell the story with gusto, pathos, silliness, song and audience participation; a rollicking romp told from the point of view of the epic’s supporting characters.
Have fun while we tell how Odysseus and his ever-shrinking crew overcome all the obstacles in their way, from Cyclops to cows. Odysseus is often shown in a far from heroic light and gives a particularly wooden performance. Think Everyman meets Ben Hur.
Performances will be on:
Wednesday 21st, Friday 23rd, Saturday 24th March 2018
Put these dates in your diary.
Venue is East Hagbourne Village Hall.
Doors and bar open 6:45 pm, performance starts 7:30 pm
Tickets are available now from:
East Hagbourne Post Office (during post office hours)
or call Viv Stocks 01235 815344
or, for the first time, online at WeGotTickets (search for HAMS)
Tickets: £9.50 for adults
Concessionary price of £6.50 for children or students in full time education
Please note there is a booking fee levied for online ticket bookings.
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