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‘Everything can happen, everything is possible and probable. Time and place do not exist.’ – Strindberg in his preface to A Dream Play, 1901
Strindberg’s groundbreaking experiment in surrealism is performed at the National in a new version by Caryl Churchill.
A collaboration between the National Theatre and Tate Modern, A Dream Play runs concurrently with the exhibition August Strindberg, at Tate Modern.