After the stunning Drawing Room trilogy at last year’s Fringe, Jethro Compton returns with this trio of adaptations crammed into the confines of a First World War bunker. Agamemnon’s tale is updated with a stronger emotional core, fighting for his life in a bunker while reminiscing over the pregnant wife he left behind. The piece effortlessly blends the horrors of war and domesticity, with the couple’s love curdling into wrath and revenge, and is buoyed by impeccable performances – most notably Serena Manteghi, who continues to be one of the most exciting performers on the Fringe circuit. See all three.
The Bunker Trilogy is playing at C Nova until August 26th. More details here.
Tickets: £13.50 (£11.50)