Soon in February is the next show of this play by Sophocles (ancient Greek dramatist).
The plot in short is: Oidipus is a king who vows to find the murderer of the previous king 10 years ago. In the end he discovers that he himself killed the previous king. And not only that. He also discovers that he married his own mother!!! And had 4 kids with her... Theatre is supposed to teach us morals, so the moral of this particular play is that humanity cannot go against the divine force of destiny and godwill. No man -even king- is strong enough to overcome destiny.
This play interests me personally because I study ancient Greek culture in university part time. But also cause I am curious about this interpretation, they won't wear fancy ancient costumes but pretty symbolic regular modern day clothes. A postmodern production that is of a seriously ancient play:)
I set this activity early so that you have time to buy tickets. I would love to combine this with pre-theatre dining but I'm not a drinking person so do not ask me for a drink after the show :))