The war is over.
The dead have been buried. The traitors have been punished. People feel more alive than they have in a long time. They are ready to start again.
But Antigone is not. She will not move on, and she will not forget. She will drag everyone back if she has to. Anything to get justice for her brother.
Lulu Raczka’s searing adaptation hands the reins of Sophocles’ classic text to the young people at the heart of the play creating something messy, irreverent and vital.
Antigone is supported by Arts Council England.
Quotes & Reviews
PRESS FOR HOLY WHAT
★★★★ "A resounding shot in the dark"
The Guardian on A Girl in School Uniform (Walks Into a Bar)
★★★★ “Intelligent ultra-live production of a chilling, funny, contemporary new play”
The Stage on A Girl in School Uniform (Walks Into a Bar)
"A voice so distinctive and fully formed it's hard to believe she's so young"
Lyn Gardner in The Guardian on Lulu Raczka
ABOUT HOLY WHAT
Holy What is a new theatre company founded by writer Lulu Raczka, director Ali Pidsley and producer Imogen Clare-Wood. Formed after their hugely successful production of A Girl in School Uniform (Walks into a Bar), the company have come together to continue creating irreverent character-based new writing pieces that interrogate theatrical form.
Ali and Lulu previously worked together on the critically lauded NOTHING and Some People Talk About Violence for Barrel Organ Theatre.
Cast & Creatives