Ancient Norse Gods come to the Hush House
In ancient mythology, the extraordinary battle of Ragnarök marked the doom of the Norse gods. In this surreal and supernatural world where order meets chaos awe-inspiring giants are licked from blocks of ice, the legendary Thor wields his enormous hammer and Freya the promiscuous fertility goddess flirts with death.
Staged at the stunning Hush House venue at Bentwaters airbase, Eastern Angles will create a funny and fast-paced interpretation of Ragnarök. Ingenious set design, an ethereal soundscape and beautiful puppetry will transport audiences back to the time of Icelandic spirits and monsters.
At the heart of this production, directed by Hal Chambers with sound from Ben Hudson, is the lively and irreverent storytelling genius of acclaimed playwright Charles Way.
We'll also be offering our usual Hush House ‘wraparound' of drinks, refreshments and picnic facilities...plus some atmospheric extras! So come early and soak up the Nordic atmosphere!
RAGNAROK: The Writer
We chat to Charles Way, the writer of RAGNAROK, about the writing process, Gods and Buildings.
RAGNAROK runs from 11th - 28th September at the Hush House on Bentwaters Parks (former American Bentwaters Air Base)
RAGNAROK, The Sound Designer
We chat to Ben Hudson, Sound Designer on RAGANAROK, about live mixing, strange acoustics and drums.
RAGNAROK: The Designer
We chat to Sam Wyer, Designer of RAGNAROK, about his plans for the show.
The fantastic trailer for our forthcoming production of RAGNAROK at the Hush House in Rendlesham.