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VenueThe Tobacco Factory Theatres
Other spaces: Spielman Theatre
CountyCity of Bristol
From19th February 2020
Opened25th February 2020
To21st March 2020
When19:30. Thu,Sat Mats 14:00 (except Feb 27)
What is currently on at The Tobacco Factory Theatres (V1384579886)

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?T0364274402
Set in the early 1960s, Edward Albeeā€™s explosive play captures the mood of a society on the brink of massive change. Ferociously funny and emotionally raw, this is a compelling rollercoaster ride into the darkest depths of love and marriage. Fifty years after the original play was set, the emotive issues raised are as relevant now as they were then. The 1960s were classed as a sexual, political and musical revolution, when risks were taken and groundbreaking changes evolved. This new production will provide a sexy, sassy, and stirring look into the volatile world of relationships.
Author Edward Albee

Archive :: production:T0364274402, play:S5560, venue:V1384579886
Current production:Tour/Production

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UKTW News/Reviews

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? review
26Feb20: Edward Albee's play seen at The Tobacco Factory Theatres.
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Producer Tobacco Factory Theatres
Producer Wiltshire Creative Productions
Director David Mercaali
Design Anisha Fields
Performer Pooky Quesnel (Martha)
Performer Mark Meadows (George)
Performer Joseph Tweedale (Nick)
Performer Francesca Henry (Honey)

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