Stef Smith’s re-imagining of Ibsen’s play visits three Noras – played by Amaka Okafor, Natalie Klamar and Anna Russell-Martin – at three key moments over the last century. When it premiered at Glasgow’s Tramway last year, The Stage called it “smart and thoughtful, balancing a sense of feminist history with the tightness of a thriller”. It opens on February 11.
A new play by Tom Stoppard is an event. Patrick Marber directs a cast including Ed Stoppard in a sweeping historical drama about a Jewish family during the first half of the 20th century. It opens on February 12.
Bryony Shanahan – joint artistic director of the Royal Exchange – helms Andrew Sheridan’s new adaptation of Emily Brontë’s gothic novel. Alex Austin – electric in Anna Jordan’s Yen – and Rakhee Sharma play Heathcliff and Cathy. It opens on February 12.
The first of two major Caryl Churchill revivals to open in February sees Lyndsey Turner directing a cast including Jessica Hynes in the playwright’s 2000 dystopia. It opens on February 12.
Kieran Hurley’s smart, sharp play about art, class, appropriation and who gets to speak for who is back at the Traverse Theatre. Shauna Macdonald and Angus Taylor picked up The Stage Edinburgh Awards for their performances. It’s on from February 6-15.