The aim of the N.I.C. is to take the cream of Norwegian theatre talent and by producing Ibsen’s work in both Norwegian and English create a theatrical bridge with the rest of the world and Ibsen’s homeland.
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The Norwegian Ibsen Company presents Peer Gynt at Fjæreheia. With an intensely visual Peer Gynt that begins after dark, Ibsen’s permanent mark will be carved into the rock wall. Kim Sørensen is responsible for an intense and powerful version of Ibsen’s immortal classic.
Vi trenger nemlig statister og ildsjeler som vil bli med oss på reisen inn i Peers utrolige verden. Det vil bli rappellering, troll, galskap og ikke minst en opplevelse for livet når Peer Gynt skal settes opp i Fjæreheia i juli 2022.
After many wonderful reviews for the London performances, the Norwegian Ibsen Company is going to tour ‘When We Dead Awaken’ in Norway in 2022.
We are delighted with the first reviews of When We Dead Awaken at the Coronet Theatre in London. Tickets are still available at the box office. The show runs until 2 April 2022.
We are proud to announce Sir Trevor Nunn CBE is the Norwegian Ibsen Company’s first Patron.
Sir Trevor has been the Artistic Director for the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Royal National Theatre, and the Theatre Royal, Haymarket. He has directed dramas, operas, musicals, films and television.
The Norwegian Ibsen Company & The Coronet Theatre present When We Dead Awaken by Henrik Ibsen. When We Dead Awaken is a strange, beautiful and bitter play about art, love, ambition and freedom.
Kåre Conradi and The Norwegian Ibsen Company have collaborated with Haptiq AS, VisitOSLO, Good Morning Naug and Eiendomsspar AS to develop ‘Oslo Spex‘, so you can join Henrik Ibsen on a tour through the streets of Oslo.
Oslo Spex is available free of charge, for smart phones. In the app you get information through sound and text, both in English and Norwegian.
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 be done with this powerful bilingual revival.“
You can experience Duke Ellingtons ‘Peer Gynt Suite‘, more of Edvard Grieg’s music and Ibsen’s powerful texts performed in the mountains with an amazing view of Rondane!
Mari Eriksmoen, Kåre Conradi, Dag Arnesen and MD Per Christian Revolht with the Big Band – 1pm, Sunday 11th August 2019