Natalie Haynes' Troy Story: A Thousand Ships - POSTPONED DUE TO ILLNESS
Sat 23rd Nov 2019, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
We are very sorry to announce that due to illness Natalie Haynes is not able to perform this evening at God’s House Tower.
Please accept our apologises for the inconvenience and disappointment – we were all looking forward to seeing Natalie and host her at GHT.
We are in touch with her agent and will find the earliest possible opportunity for an alternative date – your tickets for this evening will still be valid for the re-arranged date or you are welcome to a refund. In this instance please contact email@example.com who can arrange this for you.
Our sincere apologises – we will update you with the rearranged date as soon as possible.
Wishing Natalie a speedy recovery!
Star of the BBC Radio 4 series, Natalie Haynes Stands Up for the Classics, Natalie brings her unique combination of ancient history and stand-up comedy to theatres and festivals in 2019, following her 100+ date tour, Honour Among Thebes.
Natalie spent 12 years as a stand-up comedian, before returning to her first love with her book, The Ancient Guide to Modern Life. To coincide with her latest novel, A Thousand Ships,, she will take audiences on a tour around Trojan War, the greatest conflict in ancient literature, perhaps in literature full stop.
From the causes of the war (divine displeasure) to its complex aftermath, this show encompasses some of the greatest poetry ever written: The Iliad, The Odyssey, The Oresteia, The Trojan Women and much more. The stories of the women whose lives the war affected have been largely untold, from the Amazon warrior, Penthesilea, to the priestess who saw the whole thing coming, Cassandra.
Continuing a project she began with her novel, The Children of Jocasta, Natalie takes the women out of the shadows and puts them back where they belong: in the middle of the story.