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A Doll’s House

Henrik Ibsen’s classic drama, A Doll’s House, is a beautifully haunting and tragic play with huge historical significance. Considered the birth of the modern drama as we know it, audiences were seeing real life situations enacted out on stage, snapshots of life, in a new dramatic form, realism. It also has a landmark leading female […]

A Doll’s House

Renowned theatre director Adam Cook has sunk his teeth into the critically acclaimed 1879 Henry Ibsen play A Doll's House and will be showing his efforts at the Seymour Centre. “It's set in the original period, so the audience can see how the world was like 135 odd years ago, and can then compare it […]