Theatre Lab‘s acclaimed production of Salome, directed by Anastasia Revi will appear at Hoxton Hall from the 31st January until the 11th February. 

SALOME 1  Salome with mask (Denise Moreno) PHOTO BY YIANNIS KATSARIS.jpg
Salome (Denise Moreno). (c) Yiannis Katsaris. 

Oscar Wilde’s Salome will take centre stage at Hoxton hall in Theatre Lab’s production directed by Anastasia Revi.

Decadence… beauty… lust… envy… desire. The words of a prophet, a mother’s envy, a stepfather’s desire, a spoilt young girl’s demand, and a dance that turns the moon red…

This is Theatre Lab’s fifth production of Salome, having originally premiered as a site-specific performance in 2012 at the Old Cholmeley Boys’ Club, an underground Victorian building in London. It has since visited Cabaret Voltaire in Athens in 2013, the Festival D’Avignon in 2014 and Thessaloniki in October 2014.

Anastasia Revi’s production at the Hoxton Hall will star Denise Moreno as Salome, Konstantinos Kavakiotis, Helen Bang, Matthew Wade ,Tobias Deacon, Benoit Gouttenoire  and Annabelle Brown.

The production will also feature costumes by Valentina Sanna, lighting design by Yiannis Katsaris
 and is produced by Martina Reynolds.

Anastasia Revi recently won the 2016 Theatre Award of Best Director of the Year for her recent production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth at the National Theatre of Northern Greece. It was nominated in the 5 top productions in Greece in October 2016, this included nominations in eight other categories as well. She also recently received the Women’s Award for Theatre in Athens in April 2016.

Salome will play at the Hoxton Hall from the 31st January until the 11th February. For more information and to book tickets visit: https://www.hoxtonhall.co.uk/salome/

 

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