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‘Peer Gynt’ at Barbican

 Date:30/04/2009 - 16/05/2009
 Type:Culture, Performing Arts
 Location:England, London

A production of Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen’s masterpiece ‘Peer Gynt’ by the National Theatre of Scotland and Dundee Rep Ensemble, described as a theatrical roller-coaster ride, will now run at London’s Barbican.

This raucous and radical interpretation of Ibsen’s classic play takes the audience on a truly wild theatrical journey. An exhilarating tale of a life lived on the edge; this production promises a mix of trolls, madmen, dancing girls and live music.

Peer Gynt is a dreamer, a liar and a serial womaniser. Cast out from his home town, Peer embarks on a thrilling and astonishing adventure in search of fame and fortune that takes him from Norway to Africa and eventually back home again.

30 Apr - 16 May
‘Peer Gynt’
Barbican Theatre
Barbican Centre,
Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS

New version by Colin Teevan
Directed by Dominic Hill

Tickets: £10–26. Book online, click here.
Performance time: 19:15 (14:00 16 May)
Age guidance 14+. Contains scenes with adult content and strong language.

14 May Post Show Talk
With Dominic Hill and Colin Teevan. Free to same day ticket holders.



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'Peer Gynt' will run at the Barbican from 30 April ro 16 May.

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