Xameleon Theatre: "A Doll's House" by Henrik Ibsen

22 - 25 February
in The Cockpit Theatre

Nora and Torvald's family seems to be very happy. They have three wonderful children, a beautiful house and a bright future ahead of them. But is their marriage as perfect as it appears if just a little secret can tear it apart?

Henrik Ibsen's play has been considered controversial and shocking due to its style and content when it was first staged. However, this play exploring marriage, trust and duty is still disturbingly relevant today.

A Doll's House is often perceived as proto-feminist, but Xameleon Theatre's production is much more than a feminist play. It is a contemporary interpretation talking about the courage to be yourself, the right to make decisions and to take responsibility for those. It is the tale about the duty to oneself.

Performed in Russian with English surtitles. Duration - 2 hours 30 min (with interval)

Directed by Dmitry Turchaninov
Produced by Vlada Lemeshevska
Stage and Costume Design by Irina Gluzman
Costumes assistant: Elizabeth Khan
Lighting design: Yana Demtsenko
English surtitles: Obskura

Performed by Vlada Lemeshevska, Alexander Mercury, Oleg Sidorchik, Oleg Hill, Oksana Sidorenko

Early bird tickets £22 (until 23rd Jan)
Full price £27, Concessions £23