At the Playground Theatre, Ibsen’s 1892 classic An Enemy of the People is currently receiving a very modern, meta-theatrical makeover. In this in-depth interview, Gabriel Akuwudike, who plays the title role, and writer-director Jolley Gosnold talk about getting angry and demanding change. Must finish 23 July 2019. Time to get booking!
A whistleblowing expert fights against the majority when politicians put power and profit before public safety.
Writer-director Jolley Gosnold’s new version of Henrik Ibsen’s fierce political masterpiece is updated for the here and now and stars Gabriel Akuwudike in the title role alongside Freddie Wise, Max Keeble, Olivier Huband and Hannah Van Der Westhuysen. The production is designed by Alys Whitehead.
Two years after the Grenfell fire and three years after the EU referendum, Here Now Ensemble presents An Enemy of the People for a strictly limited season at west London’s Playground Theatre, in the shadow of the tower.
An Enemy of the People runs from 2 to 23 July 2019 at the Playground Theatre, Latimer Road, London W10 6RQ, with performances Mondays to Saturdays at 7.30pm, Wednesday and Saturday matinees at 2.30pm (except 3 July). Tickets are priced £15-22. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE!