By Henrik Ibsen. Translated by Michael Meyer. Directed by Tom Mansfield.
The Allmers family have it all – wealth, intelligence, beauty. Then one day, everything changes. One of Ibsen’s last, greatest plays, Little Eyolf is a devastating portrayal of a family forced to deal with the shattering of all its illusions, and a compelling exploration of love, sex, grief and hope.
£7 (£5 concessionary rate)
Concessionary tickets available to: Under16s, full time students, over 60s, people on jobseekers allowance or income support and members of Equity. Only one discount is available per ticket and valid ID must be presented where applicable.
Online Booking opens Monday 15 October 2012. Tickets on sale from the box office from Monday 22 October 2012
Bookings can be made online by debit or credit card from a week in advance of the production
Bookings in person at George Cadbury Hall can be made on the week of the production. Please ring the box office for exact opening hours as this is manned by students and has limited opening times. The box office can only accept cash payments.
Please note any bookings made by telephone must be collected and paid for by no later than 20 minutes prior to the performance or the tickets will be released for resale. No payment can be taken over the phone.
For more information about the Department of Drama and Theatre Arts, our productions and how to find us, please visit our website below.
Address: Department of Drama and Theatre Arts
George Cadbury Hall
University of Birmingham
998 Bristol Road
Email Enquiries: email@example.com
Online Shop: http://shop.bham.ac.uk/
Box Office: 0121 414 5676
About our productions
Each year the Department stages a season of plays closely tied to its academic and practical work. Productions are performed by third year undergraduates and supported in lighting, sound, design and stage management by second and first year students. Plays are directed either by members of the Department or guest directors from the professional theatre. Productions are staged in the department’s own performance space, George Cadbury Hall.
About our Degree Programme
The Department of Drama and Theatre Arts is a leader in the integrated academic and practical study of drama, performance and theatre arts. Students gain firsthand experience using and testing the language of performance in a variety of specialist study and practical modules.
The department offers a BA Hons in Drama and Theatre Arts. If you would like further information about this programme, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Postgraduate programmes include; research degrees by thesis (comprising of PhD and MA by Research in Drama and Theatre), Practice-Based PhD (through Dramaturgy, Playwriting or Performance), MRes in Drama and Theatre Studies, and MRes in Playwriting Studies.