Produced by Fusion Theatre Company & Global Hive Laboratories
Presented by The Cockpit
Do you dare to meet Medusa’s gaze?
The God, the mortal, the erotic power that disables men, the fearsome image that wards off evil, the dangerous monster to be destroyed: Medusa.
Now sharing her own legend, Medusa is once again a power player in this feminist retelling, arresting us in her gaze.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "It’s an arresting vision, and one that makes Medusa’s final decision – to accept her fate at Perseus’ hand – to feel as if it is made with absolute agency. As feminist retellings go, that’s a successful achievement." The Reviews Hub
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "A truly accessible production and an empowering contemporary perspective on the classic Greek myth." Theatre T
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "Medusa also represents an opportunity to proactively incorporate aspects of accessibility that can often go overlooked in more institutionalized arts organizations."
Featuring live music, dance, spoken word, multimedia and visual art, audiences will experience her journey, physical transformation and isolation with all five senses in Medusa.
Fusion Theatre believe that theatre brings people together and are dedicated to creating professional, fully accessible theatre that explores different cultural ideas, traditional stories, heritage and global issues in order to educate, entertain and enhance our understanding of the world we live in.
Fusion Theatre Company & their globol partner Global Hive Laboratories are dedicated to creating theatre that is accesible, and we put Access design at the centre of creation.
Therefore all performances will offer:
• Open Captioning
• Audio Description
• Touch Tour
Please email infofusiontheatre [dot] london for our full accessibility pack, which includes details of the step-free access, audience journey, and all the services we offer.
If we can open our space to you in any other way, please get in touch on 0207 4324747.
Suggested Age Range 13 +
Content Warning: Discussion of sexual assault from the perspective of a survivor & abstract depiction of sexual violence.