Adapted by Mike Poulton
By Henrik Ibsen
Directed By Anthony Page
Tickets: £6 - £29.50
When the seductive Rebecca West arrives at Rosmersholm, Johannes Rosmer's beliefs are thrown into turmoil.
A passionate love story.
Two psycologically fascinating character studies. A society divided between conservatism and a new democracy. A portrait of idealism foundering in the modern world of journalistic spin and opportunism. A story full of frightening twists.
A play believed by many to be Ibsen's dramatic masterpiece, in a new version by Mike Poulton.
Evening performances 7.30pm
Saturday matinees 3pm
Wednesday matinees (18 Jun & 2 Jul) 2.30 pm
Paul has previously performed at the Almeida in The Storm in 1998.
His other theatre work includes In Celebration at the Duke of York’s Theatre, On The Third Day at the New Ambassadors Theatre, The Wild Duck for the Donmar Warehouse, The President of an Empty Room, Mourning Becomes Electra and Three Sisters all for the National Theatre, Terrorismand Mountain Language for the Royal Court, The Daughter-in-Law for the Young Vic, andRomeo and Juliet, The Cherry Orchard and Richard III for the RSC.
His film and television work includes True Dare Kiss, The Belsen Redemption, Dalziel and Pascoe, Heist, Trial and Retribution XIII, The Family Man, Wire in the Blood, Silent Witnessand Klimpt.
His radio credits include Matador, The Old Curiosity Shop, Antony & Cleopatra, The White Guard, As You Like It, and The Mysteries.
★★★★ ...a remarkable Helen McCrory pulls out the emotional stops
Adaptation Mike Poulton
Director Anthony Page
Designer Hildegard Bechtler
Lighting Peter Mumford
Costume Amy Roberts
Sound Gareth Fry