Ganymede Theatre Company Eleanor



A life lived in the shadows of her father, of her lover and of her own sadness, Eleanor Marx’s light shone fiercely upon fin-de-siècle England, until its untimely extinction. Revolution, passion and the long-lasting nature of female friendship are explored in this tragedy of a woman scorned. As Eleanor sinks deeper into a depression caused by infidelity and abuse, she is kept afloat by the power of sisterhood and Shakespeare, of theatre and of friendship, and by her own hunger for justice. Eleanor fights tirelessly for the rights of others, whilst being completely helpless in her own salvation.


  • Aug 2-10, 12-17 13:20 (50m) £12.00 (£9.00)