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Directed by Alan Long

Written in 1997, this has been described as one of Ayckbourn's finest plays (Charles Spencer, Daily Telegraph). Recently revived to critical acclaim at the Theatre Royal Bath, the play stands the test of time with themes that are universally relevant.

It is a multilayered look at the irrational things we do for love, reflected in a multilayered set, featuring typical Ayckbourn classic comic set pieces that will have you laughing and crying at the same time.

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Hedda Gabler
19 October - 28 October
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Passionate and heartless, fire and ice, bully and victim, craving a chance to be herself, but not knowing who she could be… Hedda Gabler is one of the great heroines of the theatre. She is both eaten up with envy and wild with unfulfilled desire. But this is 1891, and a woman has little control over her life, and is always at the mercy of powerful, manipulative men. As her desperate search for love, beauty and the purpose of life veers out of control, Hedda is faced with a terrible choice.

Widely regarded as one of the great plays of World Theatre, so thrilling is it for audiences and actors alike that there have been four major productions in the West End in the last ten years alone. As it is twenty years since Wokingham Theatre last saw Hedda Gabler, it is high time for our own revival.


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Wokingham Theatre is a thriving amateur group. The theatre presents 8 'main' shows each year in a season that runs from mid-September through to the end of July. Each show normally runs for nine nights, opening on Thursday and running to the following... more >>

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