The Ring Cycles Plays - A Tale of Gods and Monsters!
Every Wednesday - Sunday
Richard Wagner's celebrated adaptation of Viking myths, presented on this occasion without the operatic scores, remains one of the most powerful and influential tales of sword and sorcery ever written, directly inspiring The Lord of the Rings and many other fantasy and sci-fi classics.
Join us as we bring an extraordinary cast of gods, giants, nymphs, dwarfs and humans to life, revealing how mortals and immortals fall under the spell of a powerful ring, possession of which brings the chaos and glory of absolute power! The story unfolds over four hours interspersed with generous intervals and builds into an unforgettable, family friendly evening of mythical romance, comedy and drama. Catch them on different nights or see them all in one epic visit.
A unique opportunity for opera buffs and fantasy fans alike to gain fresh insight into Wagner's extraordinary chronicle by encountering The Ring Cycle operas performed as plays.
A new theatrical adventure from The Scoop’s award-winning, resident company Gods and Monsters Theatre. Devised by Phil Willmott and Mervyn Millar; Produced by Suzanna Rosenthal / Adapted from Richard Wagner’s librettos by Lisa Kuma. Post show chats with the Company: 14, 21 & 28 August / STAGETEXT captioned performance of all four plays 21 August.
Audiences of any age are welcome, however as this is a magical tale of sword and sorcery parents are advised that the first play is best suited to those aged 9+ and the last three plays contain some darker themes.
Boring But Important Stuff
In the event of rain the show may have to be cancelled. A cancellation decision will be made 30 minutes before the performance is due to start. Seats are on a first come, first served basis and cannot be reserved. The Scoop at More London reserves the right to refuse entry and to make last minute changes to the programme for reasons beyond our control. No glass is allowed in The Scoop and for the comfort of everyone we ask that you do not smoke in the amphitheatre.