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VenueLyttelton (National Theatre)
Other spaces: Lyttelton Loft
TownWest End
CountyGreater London
From21st June 2002
To21st June 2002
PricesFrom £2.50. To £2.50.
What is currently on at Lyttelton (National Theatre) (V374)


Mrs Lemarchand, a well-to-do woman and a study in megalomania, draws her innocent cleaner, Hilda, into a trap from which there is no escape. Hilda's life, and her marriage to the hapless Franck, is destroyed by Mrs Lemarchand's spiralling obsessions. Marie Ndiaye is a 33 year-old novelist whose work explores cruelty in everyday life by pushing it to the extremes. She shook France's literary circles with her latest novel 'Rosie Carpe' which won the prestigious 'Prix Femina'. Hilda is her first play.
Author Marie NDiaye

Archive :: production:T01153417082, play:S1431163577, venue:V374

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A new type of translation exchange, initiated by the NT Studio. Rehearsed readings of five of the best French plays written in the last five years, translated by five of the best new British writers. On Fridays and Wednesdays throughout June.


Translation Sarah Woods

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