The award winning company’s latest show can be seen at its new home in Woolwich at Cartridge Place.

(c) Julian Abrams

Taking audiences through the last days of the city of Troy as its walls are besieged by the invading Greeks. The Burnt City is now booking until the 24th September. Meanwhile, Punchdrunk have also confirmed that a new prelude to the show will be available to VIP ticket holders for all performances, plunging audiences into the show in a new way, alongside access to the show’s VIP bar, collectible gift and Dewar’s kykeon cocktail experience.

“As the smoke soars on wings to heaven, so sinks our city”

In the smouldering promise of the fall of Troy, a mythical world of Gods and mortals rises from the ashes.

As Greece teeters on the brink of victory, the neon backstreets of Downtown Troy give way to a sprawling labyrinth hiding secrets even the prophecies could not foretell.

In this colossal playground, the furies watch on as mortals play out their fate. And as night falls, the city comes alive. One last time.

The Burnt City is directed by Felix Barrett & Maxine Doyle, choreographed by Maxine Doyle and designed by Felix Barrett, Livi Vaughan & Beatrice Minns. Sound design is by Stephen Dobbie, lighting design by FragmentNine, costume design is by David Israel Reynoso and creative producer is Colin Nightingale.

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