Nora thought she had the perfect life until a ghost from the past returns. Forced to confront reality, she recognises that she is little more than her husband's plaything, trapped by convention within a suffocating marriage…

Blackmail and innocence, love and hypocrisy, honour and betrayal collide in one of the most groundbreaking and celebrated plays in theatre history. In 1879, Ibsen's A Doll's House stunned the world and provoked outrage. One critic compared it to the "dropping of a bomb into contemporary life".

Leading lady Catherine McCormack's numerous major films include Braveheart, The Land Girls and 28 Weeks Later. Her stage roles include All My Sons, for which she was nominated in the 2001 Laurence Olivier Awards, and The 39 Steps in the West End.

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