Waiting List for Hotel Medea Tickets
Although tickets are now sold out for most Hotel Medea performances, we would encourage you to book tickets for the first part of the trilogy Zero Hour Market on Friday or Saturday and add your name to the waiting list for upgrades when you arrive. The waiting list opens at 11pm on the day of performance and is dealt with on a first-come-first served basis.
Although we cannot guarantee you will be able to get a ticket on the door, we usually have a high number of tickets uncollected which means an average of seven to nine tickets are released on the door at every performance, sometimes more.
Once a performance is sold out no extra tickets will be released, so in order to increase your chances to see Hotel Medea in full we strongly recommend purchasing a ticket for Zero Hour Market (Part 1), before the Part 1 tickets run out, and then make sure to put your name on the waiting list at 11pm when it opens.
Hotel Medea team
Event Description -
An overnight experience with a live DJ, hot chocolate and twisted games of hide and seek, exploring the dark revenge myth of Medea.
The show runs from midnight to dawn, with breakfast included.
The show has had numerous sell-out critically acclaimed productions, from London to Rio, appearing as part of the 2010 LIFT Festival, and the standout hit of last year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
It has won a Prix Ars Electronica Award, a Herald Angel Award, Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2011 and was Time Out Critic's Choice - Pick of the Fringe 2011.
I - Zero Hour Market. A maze of blood, food and dance. A frenzied battle for the Golden Fleece with live DJ.
II - Drylands. A post-modern wasteland. Live documentary, hot chocolate and CCTV add fresh perspectives to Jason's betrayal.
III - Feast of Dawn. Harrowing paparazzi chases, burning brides and twisted games of hide and seek.
'Utterly unmissable, deeply profound and heartbreaking' ***** (The Herald)
'Back home, a few hours later, I fall asleep and it fills my dreams' ***** (The Scotsman)
'Smashes our preconceptions to smithereens, culminating in a hearty breakfast at 5:30am when the audience and cast share memories of a night spattered with blood and tears of regret.' ***** (Metro)
'A rare and wonderful experience... the best theatrical production you will see on the Fringe this year' ***** (The List)
See full review from The List
Recommended for ages 14 and over.
Part I Duration - approximately 80minutes
Part II Duration - approximately 90minutes
Part III Duration - approximately 90minutes
Entire duration - from 11.30pm - 6am the following day.
Please note: this ticket will include entry to Zero Hour Market (Part I of the Triolgy) for this day's performance