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Set in the early 1930s, a time of uncertainty and change, Ibsen Stage Company re-tells the story of Peer Gynt in a world of gangsters, jazz clubs, forgery, murder, seduction and beautiful women. This is Ibsen's thought-provoking fable of man's struggle to find his own true identity as you have never seen it before!

Since 2001 Ibsen Stage Company has produced nine Ibsen productions, all in original translations. The company's production of A Doll's House performed at the National Theatre in Oslo as part of the 2004 Ibsen Festival and Little Eyolf was chosen by the Royal Norwegian Embassy as the official opening production in London for Ibsen Year 2006 at the Riverside Studios.

"Pacy proof that Ibsen's understanding of people and the desperate things they do in search for fulfilment, can outshine the gloom." Little Eyolf / Time Out

"What is remarkable is the fluid choreography that Tveit has brought to the play."
Little Eyolf / Times Literary Supplement

"Critic's Choice - Five Best Productions Nationwide"
Pillars of Society / The Independent

"You can feel the zig-zags of electricity on stage."
A Doll's House / Metro

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Atli Gunnarsson
Brother Love/A Strange Art Dealer
lucy le messurier
Solveig
nick whitley
peer gynt

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