Hedda at the Grand

The National Theatre’s production of ‘Hedda Gabler’ will be appearing at the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre from Tuesday 23 to Saturday 27 January. The lead role will be played by Lizzy Watts (The Durrells, Midsomer Murders) in this new version of Ibsen’s masterpiece by Olivier and Tony Award®-winning playwright Patrick Marber. The story follows the imperious Hedda in her brand new marriage and explores her fraught relationship with her husband and his family.

The Grand’s Scott Bird said, “Following hugely successful runs of ‘The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time’ and ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’ from the National Theatre in 2015, we’re pleased to welcome NT productions back to the city of Wolverhampton. ‘Hedda Gabler’ will form an integral part of the theatre’s quality drama offerings throughout our coming season.”

Tickets are priced from £12.50 to £32.50 and are available from grandtheatre.co.uk or by calling 01902 429212.

Share:

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on pinterest
Pinterest
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
On Key

Related Posts

Focus on health and wellbeing

Health and wellness coach Laura Butler is calling on businesses to get involved in Shropshire Wellbeing Day on June 23 as part of World Wellbeing

Vaccine and testing volunteers hailed

Lord-Lieutenant of Shropshire Anna Turner has paid tribute to over 900 volunteers who have supported the Covid vaccine and testing efforts across Shropshire, Telford &

Global award for Shropshire charity

Employment and training services provider, Landau, has been presented with a globally-recognised award for its work to improve the lives of young people. The charity,

The great taste of success

One of Shropshire’s best-known bakeries is creating new jobs after receiving nearly £115,000 from a grant programme supported by the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership. Shrewsbury’s

Boost your knowledge of nature

A leading Shropshire outdoor education provider has launched a major series of Eco-Skills courses aimed at boosting people’s knowledge of natural history, biodiversity and environmental arts