Arthur Miller's AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE at the Union Theatre
Multiple dates from Friday, January 4th to Saturday, February 2nd
Based on Ibsen’s drama of free speech and fake news
Adapted from a play by Henrik Ibsen
CAST: Darren Ruston, Janaki Gerard, Jed Shardlow, Angelo Leal, Mary Stewart, David Mildon, Emily Byrt, Seamus Newham, Mark Grindrod.
Originally written by Ibsen in 1882 and then adapted by the American playwright Arthur Miller in the 1950s, AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE has not been staged in London for nearly 30 years. Miller adapted this work during the same period as writing 'The Crucible'. He brings razor sharp psychological precision to Ibsen’s timely thriller about a rebel scientist fighting to expose a corrupt regime and press. This production is running as part of Phil Willmott's 4th Essential Classics Season at the Union Theatre.
4th January - 2nd February 2019
Evening performances: Tuesday – Saturday at 7.30pm
Matinée performances: 26th January & 2nd February at 2:00pm
Press Nights: Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th January
Ticket Price: 4th January and 5th January £15
Standard Tickets: from 8th January: £22.00, concessions £20, Under 18 £15 and 3 show saver tickets £50.
Box Office No: 020 7261 9876
Address: Union Theatre, Old Union Arches, 229 Union Street, London SE1 0LR
For all school or group booking rates, please contact the Union Theatre directly on: 020 7261 9876 or by e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Price: from £15 for previews. Standard ticket price: £22
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The Union Theatre
229 Union Street
The event runs from 7:30pm to 10:00pm on the following dates.
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- January 4th
- January 5th
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