The Trojan Women

George Cadbury Hall
Thursday 23 March (19:30) - Saturday 25 March 2023 (19:30)
Drawing of a pair of hands, held upwards, with handcuffs holding them together

by Euripides.

Directed by Jo Gleave.

Euripides’ famous tragedy, The Trojan Women, follows the fate of the women of Troy following the war between the invading Greek armies and the people of the city. The Trojan Women describes with unparalleled intensity the horrific brutality that both women and children undergo at the end of the Trojan War, but in the end it is a play that insists on the victory of spirit amid the horrors created by gods and men.

Content Information: This work addresses themes of murder and sexual assault. Please contact the box office if you require further details.


  • 23/03/23 - 19.30
  • 24/03/23 - 19.30
  • 25/03/23 - 14.00
  • 25/03/23 - 19.30

Tickets: £8 (£5 concessionary rate)  - bookings available now
Concessions: Full time students, Under 16s, Over 60s & UoB Staff. Only one discount is available per ticket and valid ID must be presented where applicable.
Tickets are available online until 15 minutes after curtain up for that specific performance. 
Box Office (enquiries only - no booking): 0121 414 5676 

Free parking is available to the rear of the theatre.