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Free screening of "A Doll's House" by Ibsen from Lyric Hammersmith - For One Day Only
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Free screening of "A Doll's House" by Ibsen from Lyric Hammersmith - For One Day Only

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Posted 19th May

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This is yet another amazing free theatre screening.
This time it is A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen at Lyric Hammersmith.

**Available from Wednesday 20th May from 2:30pm until midnight only!**

Please consider donating to support the Lyric Recovery Fund - details on the video description on YouTube.

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From Lyric:
A Doll’s House, adapted by the award winning Tanika Gupta and directed by Artistic Director Rachel O’Riordan is available to view for one day only from 2.30pm until midnight on Wednesday 20 May, 2020.

Tanika Gupta’s new take on Ibsen’s classic text explores gender politics, ownership and race in 1879, Calcutta. The role of Niru – Nora in the original - was played by Anjana Vasan (Rutherford and Son/ Summer and Smoke) who was nominated for Best Actress at the Evening Standard Awards for the role.

Niru’s husband, Tom Helmer – originally Torvald - was played by Elliot Cowan (An Ideal Husband). The cast also includes Arun Ghosh as Masterji, Arinder Sadhra as Uma, Colin Tierney as Dr Rank, Tripti Tripuraneni as Mrs Lahiri, and Assad Zaman as Kaushik Das.

The designer for the production was Lily Arnold, lighting design by Kevin Treacy, sound design by Gregory Clarke, composition by Arun Ghosh and casting by Stuart Burt CDG.





It is subtitiled. The running time is 2 hours and 12 minutes including the interval and introduction from Rachel O'Riordan.

This never-before-seen archive recording was filmed live in the Lyric's Main House Theatre by North South Culture.
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Great thank you
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Saw this live. A good adaptation of a classic.
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