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Tickets for Iphigenia in Splott at the Lyric Hammersmith are available now!
This is not your parent’s opera. Inspired by the Greek myth this critically acclaimed new production takes you stumbling down alleys for an early morning walk of shame. Iphigenia in Splott tickets for the London run are expected to be in incredibly high demand after the smash hit runs at the Sherman Theatre in Wales and the National Theatre. You won’t want to miss it, so book early to secure the best seats.
What is Iphigenia in Splott?
Effie isn’t exactly the type of girl you’d go out of your way to smile at on the street. You’d probably be more likely to cross the street if you saw her staggering down the road, pissed, before noon. You might think you know her, but you might not even know half of it.
Her life is an absolute mess. Drinks, drugs and drama every evening, and though it hardly seems possible, every morning her hangover is worse than the day before, which was definitely the worst hangover even. The cycle repeats seemingly without end until one evening gives her the opportunity to be something more.
Cast and Creatives of Iphigenia in Splott
Award-winning Welsh playwright Gary Owen penned this critically acclaimed l monodrama inspired by the Greek myth. Artistic Director of Lyric Hammersmith Rachel O’Riordan directs Sophie Melville, who has returned to her role as ‘Effie’ following her win for The Stage Award for Acting Excellence and her nomination for the Evening Standard Award for Best Actress.
Hayley Grindle designs the show with lighting design from Rachel Mortimer. The sound designer is from Sam Jones, and the associate designer is Toots Butcher.
Iphigenia In Splott tickets in London are on sale now!
This critically acclaimed, smash-hit new production comes to the West End for an extremely limited run. You won’t want to miss it so book your tickets to Iphigenia in Splott now whilst availability lasts!
Age restrictionThis production is recommended for ages 15+.
Running time1 hour 15 minutes with no interval
Performance dates1 - 22 October 2022
ContentThis production contains flashing lights, strong language, sexual references and includes sensitive subject matter. Whilst we don’t want to give away any spoilers in advance of your visit, we acknowledge that some scenes and themes in this play may have an impact on some of our audience members. Please contact the theatre directly if you would like to discuss the show and its content further on 020 8741 6822 or email [email protected]
Please note, latecomers will not be admitted into the auditorium.