British pub culture was dragged kicking and shouting onto the stage in 1995 when Lloyd Newson unleashed his devastating dance drama, Enter Achilles. A quarter of a century on, his landmark physical theatre opus has lost none of its punch. Or relevance. It opens with eight men sinking pints around the jukebox of a dingy pub, before lifting the lid on “the straitjacket of what’s deemed to be masculine” (as one British newspaper put it) and probing the terrors and tenderness of beer-soaked testosterone. The iconoclastic production toured 18 countries and was made into an acclaimed TV film. Now it’s touching down at Onassis Stegi with a 2020 filter and a new cast, picked by Newson, in a fresh collaboration with fierce London dance company, Rambert. If that sounds like one of February’s hottest tickets, you’d be right, so be sure to check back with us for updates on when you can snap yours up.