★★★★ "Brilliant interventions from Lucy Briers, as the housekeeper who sees everything and says nothing.”-Whats On Stage
Written in 1886, Ibsen’s infrequently revived Rosmersholm is a play of upheaval and change.
What unfolds in this compelling space is a battle of ideals, a series of discussions about democracy and liberty, about responsibility and freedom, and the power of the press. Above all, the characters grapple with morality, with what actually constitutes right and wrong and who judges the difference.
Playing until the 20th July at the Duke of York. Get tickets here.