“These goddesses are as mighty, revered and destructive as their male counterparts. Isn’t it time we looked beyond the columns of a ruined temple to the awesome power within?”
Broadcaster, classicist and comedian Natalie Haynes returns to Jermyn Street Theatre to take us on a fast-paced examination of the role of the goddesses in Greek myth. Get ready to meet the female deities who are as mighty, revered and destructive as their male counterparts.
An acclaimed broadcaster and author, Natalie Haynes wrote Hypsipyle for JST’s 15 Heroines. Well-versed in taking a fresh look at the ancient world, eight series of her show Natalie Haynes Stands Up for the Classics have been broadcast on BBC Radio 4. Her novels include Pandora’s Jar and A Thousand Ships, a retelling of the Trojan War, which was shortlisted for Women’s Prize for Fiction 2020.
Suggested Age Guidance 12+
“Haynes is a master of her trade… She succeeds in breathing warm life into some of our oldest stories.”
“Natalie Haynes is a rockstar classicist.”