Hedda
Gabler

by Henrik Ibsen.
In a new version by Patrick Marber

Production synopsis “I’ve no talent for life.”

Just married. Buried alive. Hedda longs to be free…

The newly-married Hedda and George Tesman have just returned from their honeymoon and the relationship is already in trouble. A self-absorbed and very bored Hedda feels trapped but is determined to control those around her.

Hedda‘s scheming and manipulative behaviour causes catastrophic consequences for herself and for others. Ultimately, as her own world unravels, Hedda realises that there is only one way to be free.

Patrick Marber’s modern translation, premiered at the National Theatre in 2017 to great critical acclaim.

08 Jan

15 Jan

7:45pm


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‘An invigorating production which forces us to see Ibsen’s masterpiece with fresh eyes.’

The Guardian

Running Time

Approximate running time 2 ½ hours, including interval

Directed by

Melinda Hunt

Accessibility

We have excellent accessibility, including a seat for a wheelchair user, a lift to the upper level and an induction loop. Please contact enquiries@gwt.org.uk should you have any questions or additional needs regarding the comfort of your visit.

Theatre Credit

This amateur production of Hedda Gabler is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd.

www.concordtheatricals.co.uk

Hedda Gabler
“An invigorating production which forces us to see Ibsen's masterpiece with fresh eyes”

The Guardian

08 Jan

15 Jan

7:45pm


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Book
Now >

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