• Written
    by Sophocles
  • Translated by
    Ian Johnston,
  • Presented by
    Little Homma Productions
  • Directed by
    Jayne Denny


  • Dates
    7 May 2024 - 10 May 2024
  • Times
  • 7.30pm


  • Full Price£17
  • Concession£15

Running Time

  • 1 hour 10 minutes


Antigone is an underdog in the fight against the system. The New King, Creon, wrestles to control it.

In the wake of a bitter civil war, Creon refuses to bury Antigone’s brother, declaring him a traitor. Her defiant act of love and rebellion pitted against his unrelenting political stance, triggers a
thunderous wave of repercussions.

What happens when you stand up to power, dare to do what’s right and refuse to be silent?

This powerful, energised staging of Sophocles’ classic tragedy explores the struggle between law and conscience, and between the individual and the state.

Antigone is the latest production from Little Homma, whose previous work includes Farley’s Date, which was nominated for three Off West End Awards.

Press for previous productions
‘an incredibly intimate, completely watchable and utterly enjoyable show…… the Ensemble is flawless.’
‘well imagined, consistently funny dialogue provides a refreshing and entertaining approach.’ British Theatre