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Railing against the hypocrisy of religious and social propriety, Ibsen’s Ghosts was met with disgust on its 1882 release. Modern audiences won’t get queasy...

For the opening show of its 2019 season, Theatre by the Lake picks up where its 2017 production of Miss Julie left off, reuniting...

When first starting out as a writer, a mentor predicted that, since diversity was all the rage, I would ‘make it’ before my non-ethnic...

The perception of Henrik Ibsen’s work in the UK is often told through the prism of a period piece, of people from 100 years...

In a climate of ever-tightening budgets, director Runi Sveen tells Nick Awde how the festival used this to its advantage to produce a more...

Half a century on from the end of official British theatre censorship, Nick Smurthwaite looks at writers and critics who campaigned for freedom of...

It's a familiar story: the decline of a great but flawed man. Ibsen's The Master Builder is one in a long line of plays...

Brad Birch’s condensed, contemporary take on Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People is decent enough on its own terms. It gets the job done,...

Forced Entertainment has become the first UK-based theatre company to win the International Ibsen Award, which honours contribution to art and culture. The prize is...
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