War, civil obedience, love and religion are subjects of a production by the Groundlings Drama School in Portsmouth.
In Antigone, by Sophocles, the heroine faces a desperate dilemma after one of her brothers has killed the other outside the city’s walls.
Polyneices has been refused normal burial rights by King Creon as a punishment for disobedience, but should Antigone serve king gods or kin?
The performance will be on Saturday, March 12 (7pm), at the Groundlings Theatre on the corner of Curzon Howe Road and Kent Street, Portsea.
n Tickets: (023) 9273 7370 or groundlings.co.uk.