Ibsen’s GHOSTS returns to haunt Brisbane audiences this July!
Originally banned from performance when first written in 1881, Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts is set to intrigue and electrify Brisbane when it returns to the stage after a 30-year hiatus. Opening Saturday 20 July 2019 at The Curators Vintage Pop Up Theatre in Red Hill, acclaimed director Michael Beh has adapted this new production of Ibsen’s classic, so it remains a relevant, scorching view of the destructive nature of secrets and the social codes that bind them.
The production brings ...
Tolkien Movie Review
His childhood was one filled with tragedy as his father died when he was three years old and his mother when he was twelve. He was however a keen student with a penchant for languages that was enlivened by a vivid imagination. Without a family name and financial backing, his education was much more difficult for the hyper intelligent student.
The film studies the class system of the times as well as the impact that the church had on the young orphan’s life. It ...