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REVIEW: A Doll’s House

Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh

25th April 2013

Runs 16th April to 4th May

Published in the British Theatre Guide

When lovers of theatre hear the words “Henrik Ibsen” many shudder at the thought of the weighty storylines and deep emotional conquests within his plays. However, Zinnie Harris’s new version of A Doll’s House, being performed at The Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh, is much more palatable yet still holds onto the grit and hard-hitting undertones that Ibsen’s original text is famous for.

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