Overview13 - 28 May 2022
£20, Previews £18, Concessions £2 Off, Under 25s Half Price
- Language: English
- Space: Studio
- Socially distanced performances: 26 & 28 May 2.00pm
This show contains strong language, flickering lights, and references to suicide and drug use.
A reimagining of An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen
Hero or Enemy, who can actually tell the difference?
Everything is going to be fine, better than fine, in fact there’s nothing that can’t be achieved if everyone just believes a little.
That’s what the town’s MP, Mick, thinks. He’s optimistic, positively boosterish about his plan for the town. He just wants the naysayers to pipe down. But there’s a problem. His sister, Dr Rhiannon Powell, has discovered that the project appears to be polluting the town’s water supply. Mick sold the town a story about the future, but what will happen when reality looks to tear that story apart?
Is Mick a hero of the people, or is he in fact their enemy?
Brad Birch’s bold new reimagining of Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People pits the personal against the political and facts against emotion. A Hero of the People is a gripping contemporary drama for 2022.
Please note that audience members are no longer required to show an NHS Covid pass to gain entry to a performance.
The wearing of masks is encouraged.
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