Barbican's Wild Duck not to all tastes
By Rebecca Donn
'Not so much an adaptation as an updated reinvention of Ibsen's extraordinary play'
The Wild Duck (Barbican)
'It's Ibsen for people who don't care about Ibsen'
An Enemy of the People (Barbican Theatre)
Thomas Ostermeier's production is poetic and faithful to Ibsen
A Doll's House comes to Waterside Arts Centre, 15 October
UK Touring Theatre bring Ibsen's A Doll's House to Waterside Arts Centre, on tour.
Critics enjoy Richard Eyre's Almeida Ghosts
By Editorial Staff
Richard Eyre's production of Ibsen's classic about a woman struggling with prejudice whilst dealing with her late husband's affairs opened at the Almeida Theatre last week. Starring Lesley Manville and Will Keen, it runs until 23 November
Stephen Unwin's production at the Rose Theatre, Kingston, has a 'wrenching tragic power'
A lone chair surrounded by a sea of screwed-up paper – the reviewer's lot. The actor's too, in this misconceived production of Ibsen's psychological masterpiece, as Hedda Gabler's passions ...