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National Theatre of Scotland Production – The Enemy

Date

8th May 2020
9th May 2020

£ Price

 

Time

7.00pm Doors Open for 7.30pm start

Location

Easterbrook Hall
 


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NO LONGER GOING AHEAD AS PLANNED

Due to COVID-19, Scottish Government guidelines and our commitment to safeguarding audiences and those we work with, it is with great sadness that we announce our production of The Enemy will no longer be going ahead as planned.

INFORMATION FOR TICKET HOLDERS:

All The Enemy ticket holders will be contacted either by us or by the box office from which they purchased a ticket and offered a full refund or other options.  For further information please do contact : boxoffice@nationaltheatrescotland.com

We would like to thank our partners, venues, funders, supporters and audiences for their continued generous support. Our thoughts are with everyone who is struggling at this difficult time.

 

 

National Theatre of Scotland Production – The Enemy

Written by Kieran Hurley after Henrik Ibsen’s ‘An Enemy of the People’ Directed by Finn den Hertog

Truth matters?
A radical re-imagining of the classic play about truth, power and deception from Kieran Hurley, award-winning playwright and screenwriter writer of the critically acclaimed Scottish indy film Beats.

In a once great Scottish town, a massive redevelopment project promises to bring money, jobs and new prospects to its forgotten population. However when Dr Kirsten Stockmann discovers a dangerous secret, she knows she must bring the truth to light – no matter the cost.

A provocative and timely drama about corruption, politics and the media featuring a brooding original soundtrack and live video, The Enemy is a uniquely Scottish take on Henrik Ibsen’s timeless work.

Run Time: Approx 70 mins

Age recommendation: 16+ Strong language and description of sexual violence.

Access – Fri 8th (Captioned, Audio Described), Sat 9th (BSL interpreted)

 

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