Richard Jones directs Ibsen's timeless story of corruption and courage in David Harrower's powerful new version.
Penned in 1882, this is often considered to be Ibsen's most comic play. A tale of warring brothers – one the town's mayor, one an idealistic scientist – it reveals the tensions and contradictions between public and private life.
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