return of The Furies

The Furies at Old Vic Tunnels, photo by Simon Annand

The Furies at Old Vic Tunnels, photo by Simon Annand

This week Kindle Theatre bring The Furies out of hibernation for some choice dates in the wondrous cities of Cambridge and Wolverhampton. The Furies is theatre which resembles a rock gig. It’s a glam-rock music-driven interpretation of Aeschylus’s tale of Clytemnestra, in which the three vengeful Furies are summoned to exact punishment upon a brutish Agamemnon.

Wednesday 27th February – The Junction, Cambridge;  DJ set from 7.30pm, performance starts 8.30pm

Friday 1st March – Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton University; performance starts 8pm

also appearing in the home town;

Saturday 23rd March – A.E.Harris Factory, 110 Northwood St., Jewellery Qtr., Birmingham; performance starts 8pm


This will be exciting year for Kindle. The company has just enlisted the services of an independent producer, Jo Salkilld and are putting together a programme of work for the coming year, to include development of the solo projects previewed at Bristol Ferment last month and the development of ‘Come Heavy Sleep’, a new music-theatre twist on Othello, tantalisingly glimpsed in a work-in-progress at the RSC/Pilotnight event last July. Before then however, audiences will have to fend off the …. TERRIFYING SOUND OF THE FURIES !!!!! 


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