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About this show

What if four children had been kept locked away in complete isolation since birth? How would they react when they were released into the world? Who would speak the first word? Who would tell the first lie? Who would commit the first sin? After the deaths of Moliere and Racine, it was Marivaux who carried French theatre forward into the eighteenth century. Cruel, erotic and elegant, 'The Dispute' was considered unstageable in his lifetime, but is now regarded as one of his masterpieces.

Double bill with The Will

Show Details

  • Dates:Closed on
  • Location:Bridewell Theatre, Off-West End