Rosmersholm


Johannes Rosmer's thoughts are dominated by the suicide of his wife, Beata. He has since cast off religion, his conservative friendships and family traditions. Supporting the radicals, he wants to inject idealism into the minds of the people.
Rosmersholm at Questors

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Overview


Genre: Drama
Venue: Questors
Starts: Friday 22 February 2019
Closes: Saturday 2 March 2019
Running time:To be confirmed
Age suitability: Not available

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Synopsis


Guilt, love and integrity in a time of change.


At Rosmersholm, Johannes Rosmer's thoughts are dominated by the suicide of his wife, Beata.


He has since cast off religion, his conservative friendships and family traditions.


Supporting the radicals, he wants to inject idealism into the minds of the people.


But brother-in-law Magnus is determined to stop him.


As Rebecca, the independent and outspoken companion of Beata, holds sway over Rosmersholm, Magnus begins to unravel layers of secrets about the younger woman and forces her to come to terms with them.


The result is explosive.


And the question remains; just why did Beata throw herself off the bridge?


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Theatre


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Postal address:
12 Mattlock Lane
Ealing
London W5 5BQ

Box office tel: 020 8567 5184

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Dates


Previews from:Friday 22 February 2019

Closes:Saturday 2 March 2019

Performance days & times


Evening:

Tuesday ‑ 7‑45pm

Wednesday ‑ 7‑45pm

Thursday ‑ 7‑45pm

Friday ‑ 7‑45pm

Saturday ‑ 7‑45pm


Matinee:
Sunday - 2-30pm (24 Feb)

Tickets


Previews:
First night only: £7

Standard:

£14


Final Friday and Saturday: £18


Concessions:

£12 conc, £7 under-16/student


Final Friday and Saturday: £15 conc, £9.50 under-16/student


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Creatives


Author: Henrik Ibsen. Version by Paul Collins
Production: The Questors

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