What do you do at night when your country is crumbling by day? Well there’s music, singing, a drink, some tricks to pass the time and always the same absurd sense of waiting.
Set among the debris of a dilapidated ballroom and with the otherworldly feel of a David Lynch film, this poetic and emotive piece unfolds to a nostalgic soundtrack, speaking of a Europe in ruins.
There will be a post-show talk on Thursday 16 June. Free with a ticket to that evening’s performance.
Ticket prices: Standard £18; children 16 and under £9, plus booking fee (£2.50)
Barbican offers a range of discounts which can be found here.
Performed in Greek with English surtitles.
Age guidance 12+
Running time: 1 hour 30 minutes
For assistance with booking please call the LIFT booking help line on 020 7968 6808 Monday – Friday between the hours of 12.00 & 18.00
Presented by LIFT and the Barbican.
Produced by the Greek ‘blitz theatre group’. Co-produced by Onassis Cultural Centre and La Filature – Scène nationale de Mulhouse.
Tour Management: Ligne Directe
A House on Fire project, supported by the Culture Programme of the European Union.
The Pit at the Barbican,
London EC2Y 8DS