Apollo/Dionysus (3 stars)

Naked philosophy

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This article is from 2007.

‘Naked’, is the first word that springs to mind but prurience is slowly replaced by curiosity as philosophical questions are posed; about right and wrong, good and bad, religion, love and family. This piece examines the age-old relationship between man and god. Dionysus, god of wine and fertility, is summoned along with Apollo, god of order and reason, by the child who signifies mankind. Becoming slightly repetitive towards the end, it will make you squirm and smile in equal measure. (Greer Ogston)

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This article is from 2007.

Apollo/Dionysus

  • 3 stars

Examination of the age-old relationships between man and god. Dionysus, god of wine and fertility, is summoned along with Apollo, god of order and reason, by the child who signifies mankind. This play will make you squirm and smile with equal measure. 'Part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2007'.

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