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"Must-see production" of A Doll’s House

 Date:24/08/2004 - 29/08/2004
 Type:theatre
 Location:london

Mixing fantasy and reality, Dale Teater Kompani presents a timeless adaptation of the most famous break-up in the history of drama. The perfect husband, the perfect marriage, the perfect Christmas...

A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen translated, adapted and directed by Terje Tveit

A Doll's House is Ibsen's masterpiece of a woman's rebellious awakening as she confronts the truth about herself and the loving devotion of the man with whom she has shared her life.

Dale Teater Kompani has produced many full-scale productions on the London Fringe. The company has mainly focused on Ibsen and classical Scandinavian writing. It has found artistic shelter and base at the Rosemary Branch Theatre in Islington, where most of the company's productions have been developed and premiered.

This production was extremely well received by critics and audiences, both at The New End Theatre, Hampstead and at the Rosemary Branch Theatre, Islington.

After a further week at the Rosemary Branch, it now transfers to The National Theatre, Oslo for The Ibsen Festival

Reviews:

"You can feel the zig-zags of electricity on stage"
Metro

"...a cohesive and coherent production with energy to burn"
Time Out

"This is a must-see production"
Camden New Journal


Venues:

Rosemary Branch Theatre
2 Shepperton Road
London N1 3DT

24 – 29 August 2004
Tuesday – Friday: 7.30, Saturday: 3.00 and 7.30, Sunday at 4.30

Tickets £10 and £8 concessions
Rosemary Branch box office 020 7704 6665

Nationaltheatret, Oslo
1 September:  7.30,    2 September:  3.00 and 7.30



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