The first London reviews of The Lady of the Sea have just been published. Dave Hollander from THE STAGE called the show “A mesmeric performance. Beautifully conceived bilingual update of Ibsen’s drama about loss and longing, with a mesmeric central performance.” Tom Wicker from TIME OUT said “The Norwegians show us how Ibsen ought to […]
On Oslo’s Victoria Terrasse there’s a white door marked 108. Behind it was once an office in the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, but before that, late in the 19th century, these rooms were occupied by a figure who has done more for Norway’s reputation abroad than all of its foreign ministers put together. This […]
Little Eyolf review – exhilarating Ibsen from Norway’s National Theatre “It is the fashion these days to strip Ibsen to the bone. This exhilarating production from Norway’s National Theatre – played in Norwegian with surtitles – is very much in the modern mode. It runs, like Richard Eyre’s 2015 Almeida version, for a brisk 85 minutes, and […]
Pia Tjelta and Kåre Conradi are returning to The National Theatre of Norway in Little Eyolf. The play opens on the 29th August 2017. [ see video ]
Artistic Director Kåre Conradi just won The Hedda Award 2016 (Norway’s equivalent to Olivier Award) for best actor in the part of Richard III at The National Theatre of Norway.