Thursday 13 June 2019
A brand new, haunting and uplifting adaptation of Euripides’ great anti-war tragedy, The Trojan Women, written and acted by a cast of Syrian refugees living in Glasgow. The Trojans transcends countries and time with a cast who have known the horror of war bringing their own experiences of exile and loss and of the bitter-sweetness of building new lives in Scotland. Q and A session will follow showing of film and there will be an opportunity to talk with refugees over some light refreshments. ADMISSION FREE - Donations to Syria Bright Future & Médecins Sans Frontières. Venue – Douglas Academy, 7.30pm Thursday 13th June.