January 29, 2007

Ted Hughes' Ovid


Week 5

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 1pm

In the Cooler!

“Where does life end and art begin?”

Come along and see Codpiece’s new play, a play about one of the greatest love stories of the twentieth century; the story of Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath. Travel with them into their imaginations and experience the mythical stories of Ovid as they tell them, mirroring their own lives and the deep, inescapable sadness that forever haunts them.

Starring James Marvin as Ted Hughes and Claire Trevien as Sylvia Palth, this play will be the sexiest, saddest and funniest play of the year!

Directed by Katy Whitehead
Produced by Hannah Pidsley
for Codpiece Theatre Society.

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