Print Room celebrates first year with a premier

To celebrate its first birthday The Print Room (excellent theatre on Hereford Road) is premiering Judgement Day a new adaptaion by Mike Poulton of Ibsen’s When We Dead Awaken. Set within a mythical Nordic landscape, the sculptor Rubek, while on holiday with his young wife, encounters his muse: a woman that he loved and left a lifetime ago. Over a series of heated encounters, the entire scroll of Rubek’s life is unrolled in Ibsen’s final – and most autobiographical – exploration of what it means to love and to be loved. Michael Pennington and Penny Downie are playing the leads,  with the truely lovely James Dacre directing. www.the-print-room.org

In the new and amazing Bush Theatre – Pavlova varnished the loo walls, so please admire them – 66 Books, which has a week to go, had great praise heaped on it from the coven of London Critics. Next up from 16th November is The Kitchen Sink by Tom Wells, a comedy. Thank goodness we will need a bit of a laugh by then. Don’t forget if you want to go down in Bush history you can buy a seat. www.bushtheatre.co.uk

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