DRAMA & THEATRE
Melpomene, the ancient muse of tragedy, will bring out the most profound and meaningful emotions, inspiring you with the stories of others. And she is the Songstress: 'melpo: to celebrate with song and dance — the epithet also awarded to Dionysus, the god of theatre and patron of dramatic festivals.
“Follow in the footsteps of the heroes of tragedy, allowing yourself to be led to an intense, dramatic experience.”
From MacBeth's Scotland, where you'll enhance your knowledge and understanding of Shakespeare's infamous tragedy, to the reputed location in Rome where Caesar was warned about the Ides of March, enjoy all the drama as it unfolds before you.
The Theatre of Dionysus, Athens
Travel to the original settings of the masterpieces of Greek drama, such as Agamemnon's Myecnae or King Oedipus' Thebes. Or we can tailor your trip around the settings of your favourite play.
A GREEK DRAMA
A trilogy of
Behold the settings of Aeschylus' Oresteia trilogy—the masterpiece of Greek drama—and marvel at the Thebes of Oedipus Rex, beginning your journey in Mycenae before sunrise…
Visit the island of Salamis, home to the mighty warrior Ajax, and take in the splendour of Eleusis and Epidaurus in and around Athens and Attica.
Trek on to
Argolida provides the perfect base from which to explore the Mycenaen world; you’ll head there to visit Diomedes' Tiryns and Argos, exploring rich, historical locations.
Sparta, Pylos & The Pelopponnese
Head to Sparta and Pylos, home to The Odyssey's Helen and Nestor, before delving deep into the mountainous, southern regions of the Peloponnese.
“I honestly count the two summers I spent with Archaeomuse as some of my fondest memories in life and teaching. They were great guides as they cared about creating a meaningful experience for the students and teachers.”