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Iphigenia on BBC Radio 4 'Woman's Hour'

Date: 27 November 2013

Following the first three performances of The Tragedy of Euripides called Iphigenia at Lancaster Castle, Prof Alison Findlay and the play's director will be appearing on BBC Radio 4's 'Woman's Hour' on Friday 29th November.

Alison also contributed a post to the University's blog on the history of the play; the first known of to have been written by an English woman; and the experience of staging it at Lancaster Castle. Please follow the link below to read this piece.

News website: http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/news/blogs/alison-findlay/iphigenia-the-first-known-play-by-an-englishwoman-staged-in-lancaster/

 

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