Den Norske Klub Art Series: Henrik Ibsen’s “LILLE EYOLF”
April 21 @ 6:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Allmers returns home from a writing retreat to his wife and only child, Eyolf. He has abandoned his life’s literary work for a new vocation: to devote himself to caring for his son. But one event will change the course of his life forever. Little Eyolf is a haunting portrait of a marriage in crisis and the agony of acts and words that can never be undone. Presented by the National Theatre of Norway this stunning production shows Little Eyolf to be another masterpiece from Ibsen, ’the Father of modern drama’ (The Guardian). Den Norske Klub Art Series, in cooperation with The Print Room at The Coronet, is delighted to have been able to secure a limited amount of tickets to the National Theatre of Norway’s acclaimed production.
We would like to offer the tickets to our members-only on a first come first serve basis at cost (£25 ticket). Members may bring 1 guest. RSVP by 15th April.
Venue: Print Room at The Coronet, 103 Notting Hill Gate, London, W11 3LB
Dress code: Business suit (or jacket and tie) for gentlemen. Smart dress for ladies.
RSVP: Please contact Chair Cecilia Luras at email@example.com to indicate interest and sign up.
Note: the performance is in Norwegian with English subtitles.
This production is funded by The InterNational Foundation, with support from The Norwegian Ibsen Company. The foundation aims to strengthen the National Theatre of Norway’s reach and impact nationally and internationally, celebrating common European culture and taking Norwegian drama abroad. For more see https://www.the-print-room.org/theatre/2018-season/littleeyolf/