|Date||Monday 23rd March 2020 to Tuesday 24th March 2020|
|Description||Starring David Hoyle in a reimagining of Hedda Gabler by Jen Heyes Composed by Tom Parkinson "These impulses come over me all of a sudden, and I just can't resist them" Hedda is unable to live... a victim of the way things are. Hedda cares little for others, particularly the new husband and the old flame. Hedda is unkind and self-serving to the point of thinking nothing of crushing the hopes of others. Life just isn't good enough for Hedda. Like any of us; in life there are moments when we are all inclined to feel that this frustrating business of existence - as it is lived on the darkest days - isn't good enough for us either. This queer reimagining of Henrik Ibsen's masterpiece is cinematic theatre starring the iconic artist David Hoyle in a one person show, directed by Jen Heyes with original composition by Tom Parkinson.|
|Time(s)||Mar 23, 2.30pm, Mar 23 & 24, 7.30pm|
|Location||Arts Centre, The|
|Price||£10, concs £8|
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Arts Centre, The
|Address||Edge Hill University
St Helens Road
|Telephone No.||Box Office: +441695584480|
|Opening times||The Arts Centre Box Office is open between 12noon and 5.30pm, Monday to Friday, and until 8.00pm on performance nights. Open at weekends when there is a performance.
Also from Edge Hill University's main reception desk, Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm.
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