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Double Olivier Award-winner Ruth Wilson plays the titular role in writer Patrick Marber’s modern adaptation Hedda Gabler, with director Ivo van Hove making his National Theatre debut.

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Double Olivier Award-winner Ruth Wilson plays the titular role in writer Patrick Marber’s modern adaptation Hedda Gabler, with director Ivo van Hove making his National Theatre debut.

Following the eponymous figure in the early days of a tedious marriage, longing to be free, Hedda Gabler is broadly considered Henrik Ibsen’s masterpiece, with Marber’s vital new version transporting the tale to a modern setting.

Wilson, star of television’s Luther and The Affair, will tackle one of the stage’s greatest roles, while one in Van Hove, the production is led by one of the world’s most exciting directors. Already seen in New York and Amsterdam, his radical interpretation has received vast critical acclaim, prior to its eagerly anticipated transfer to the National Theatre Lyttelton.

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Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 05/12/2016

Opening Night: 12/12/2016

Booking Until: 21/03/2017

Running time: 2h40

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Cast & Creative

Cast

Kate Duchêne, Chukwudi Iwuji, Éva Magyar, Sinéad Matthews, Kyle Soller, Ruth Wilson, Rafe Spall

Creative

Director - Ivo van Hove

Lighting Designer - Jan Versweyveld

Set Designer - Jan Versweyveld

Sound - Tom Gibbons

Author - Henrik Ibsen

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