• Edinburgh Fringe

All eyes are on the city of Thebes. Antigone dares to raise the question: whose laws matter most " the laws of men or the laws that come from natural or divine justice? In defying the powerful Creon, Antigones stance invokes a timeless, moral issue and takes 'civil disobedience' to a very dark place indeed. But what is she? In the eyes of Creon shes simply a terrorist. Or is she a moral crusader? A loving sister? A freedom fighter? Or a death-driven, woman who sacrifices all for a principle?