Back for 3 performances only @Trinity Buoy Wharf

In a cold post-modern wasteland communication  technology gives the illusion of intimacy whilst creating a cold absence. Hot chocolate, lullabies and CCTV cameras create different perspectives on betrayal.

Over 4 years in the making between Brazil and the UK, DRYLANDS is part 2 of the Hotel Medea Trilogy, which also included ZERO HOUR MARKET and FEAST OF DAWN.

A provocative interpretation of the dark revenge myth of Medea, as part of GLAZ Digital Stages International Festival.

* Please be aware this production does NOT take place at ARCOLA Theatre in Dalston

Click link for more information on Drylands



What people have said about Hotel Medea:

“The theatrical version of bingeing on absinthe”
Time Out

“Hotel Medea is more, much more than a theatre show – a truly shared space”
Total Theatre

“Uncannily powerful”
The Guardian

“Forget the usual dose of heavy melodrama: this boundary-smashing adaptation of ancient classic Medea will have you clubbing till dawn, taking a nap then chatting with the performers over breakfast.”
The London Paper

“Seeing Hotel Medea will alter your perceptions about the medium of theatre and its potential for engaging and involving audiences. Unforgettable.”
Songlines Magazine

“This play consumes its audience in their most vulnerable, tired state, making for a terrifying but unforgettable experience.”

“Medea’s performance is superhuman, painful to watch, granting catharsis as tangible as an arrow to the heart. It’s exhilarating but most definitely unsettling, as this is just the sort of entanglement with primitive forces that the trilogy warns us about.”
The Londonist 

Zecora Ura & Persis-Jade Maravala present


Part of GLAZ Digital Stages International Festival.


Trinity Buoy Wharf
64 Orchard Place
London, E14 0JY
A 10min walk from East India DLR / Free parking for DRYLANDS audiences. Click link for Google Map with directions

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Creative Technologies Workshops
The Hotel Medea team will be leading The Creative Technologies Workshops in April where you can mish-mash theatre, technology, body, sound and image to create dramatic artwork to view, share or broadcast online.  For more information please contact