Written in 1887 and anticipating Whos Afraid of Virginia Woolf by more than seventy years, The Father is an unrelentingly intense and powerful portrayal of marital conflict in which a father and mother struggle for the possession of their only child. Eugene ONeill described August Strindberg as that greatest genius of all modern dramatists and this play remains one of the most gripping psychological dramas of modern theatre.
This is an amateur production
This is an unreserved event
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Running time approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes including the interval
- Box office
- 01423 502116
- 6 Oxford Street,
- HG1 1QF