A greatly successful event and our first step in the exploration of the Ludic Structure in the U.K.
Great audience, great feedback and an unexpected performance, you will be able to witness all this shortly on our blog. Meanwhile, book the 23 June in your diaries as the second venture is already under way Dialogues 1.2 will take place at the Poetry Café @19.30.
Across the Black Sea, on the shore of Tauris, a land prone to violent sacrifices, two Greeks arrive, finding redemption on their way back to Athens.
Plato burnt all his tragedies once he met Socrates; he then created a unique model for the conceptual dialogue. What if we could make the journey in reverse as a ‘second navigation’: from Plato’s dialogues to the world of tragedy?
Tangled in Plato’s dialogical webs, two actors, M.Gaitanidi and S. Poliakov, weave nets and construct traps.
This celebration of ancient dramatic dialogue is based on pioneering theatre approach developed by Russian Director Anatoli Vassiliev, and will be followed by an open discussion with the public.
1st May 2012
The Hellenic Centre,
16-18 Paddington Street