Saturday, August 13

Tag: David Hoyle

Hedda (After Ibsen) – Soho Theatre
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Hedda (After Ibsen) – Soho Theatre

Hedda is an avant-garde re-imagining of the early text Hedda Gabler by esteemed realist writer Henrik Ibsen however it can be argued that it goes against everything Ibsen stood for within theatre. Any fan of the original text like myself will be likely to be left with many a mix feelings after watching this one person performance. The story of Hedda and Hedda Gabler (1891) is one in the same, Hedda is a distasteful woman of great social status who has recently married a man who she believes is beneath her. Being away from her social class and stuck in a less than luxurious home she finds herself bored and loathing her current living situation. When a friend from the past shows up with his new manuscript and a pretty young girl at his side Hedda sees an opportunity to take control over ...
Theatre not cancelled: All HOME’s November shows to be streamed live
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Theatre not cancelled: All HOME’s November shows to be streamed live

All HOME’s November theatre shows will now be livestreamed from their Theatre 1 stage • Shows including World Premiere of David Hoyle’s A Grand Auction of My Life were part of Manchester venue’s reopening season • All tickets available on a pay-what-you-decide basis • Announcement of Covid-secure livestreams follows Government confirmation that performances can take place without an audience HOME have announced that all the theatre shows that were due to be on stage in November will be live streamed from their Theatre 1 stage during lockdown, with tickets available on a pay-what-you-decide basis. The shows include the World Premiere of David Hoyle’s A Grand Auction of My Life, along with Javaad Alipoor’s The Believers Are But Brothers, Bert and Nasi’s The End and Beats and ...