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Peer Gynt archivePeer Gynt sweeps around the world in a fruitless search for power and glory - outwitting wedding guests, trolls and a belly dancing con-woman who are all intent on bringing him down. Eventually this comic rogue is redeemed by the love of a good woman. The last of Ibsen's verse dramas.

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Author: Henrik Ibsen

Archive listings for Peer Gynt

Work type: Play.

T01264158351

Performed in German with English surtitles.Company Theater an der Ruhr. Director Roberto Ciulli.
4 Oct 18 to 6 Oct 18Arcola, Inner London :: V1422226940
listing details L77870384

T520747102

Producer The Questors.
18 May 18 to 26 May 18Questor's Theatre, Outer London :: V326
listing details L0611620623

T0815250498

Company Gruffdog Theatre.
4 Aug 17 to 28 Aug 17The Fringe Office, Edinburgh :: V1059
listing details L01588590564
20 Jul 17 to 21 Jul 17General, General :: V1153
listing details L0909746735

T0532785816

Adapted by Dave Orme. Company Stage 65. Director Dave Orme. Music David Lewington. Design Hannah Wolfe. Lighting Dave Marsh. Sound Stuart Jones.
23 Aug 16 to 25 Aug 16Playhouse, Salisbury :: V923
listing details L2073025123

T01627669748

Presented byEast 15.
12 Feb 15 to 14 Feb 15Cockpit Theatre, Inner London :: V182
listing details L01901043433

T1042541754

Irina Brook, daughter of Peter Brook, first read Peer Gynt as a young actress living in New York in the 1980s. In a relationship at the time with Iggy Pop, she imagined Ibsen's eponymous hero as the boisterous rock star. Years later, her vision has been vividly realised in an adaptation featuring creative contributions from the legendary musician as well as new writing from Pulitzer Prize-winning Sam Shepard. Driven by a timeless hunger for fame and wealth, Peer remains a man on a desperate quest for his inner-self. His fantastical journey is wholly updated by this exuberant show rich in contemporary imagery, live music and original poetry. Running time: 2hrs 45mins/including an interval. Age guidance 12+Presented byTheatre National de Nice (after Henrik Ibsen). Adapted by Irina Brook. Director Irina Brook. Design Noelle Ginefri. Costume Magali Castellan. Lighting Arnaud Jung.
8 Oct 14 to 11 Oct 14Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
listing details L0293477315

T1529157710

The critically acclaimed National Theatre of Scotland and Dundee Rep Ensemble co-production of Henrick Ibsen’s Peer Gynt which premiered at Dundee Rep in 2007. This new version of Peer Gynt, written by Colin Teevan, is directed by Dominic Hill whose Ubu the King played during the Young Genius season in bite05. Peer Gynt is a dreamer, liar and serial womaniser. Cast out from his home town, Peer embarks on a wild and astonishing journey in search of fame and fortune. In this anarchic production, Peer becomes a people trafficker and war profiteer. The play reunites Gerry Mulgrew (as the older Peer) and Ann Louise Ross (as his mother) who both starred in Ubu the King. After the Barbican run Peer Gynt tours Scotland.Producer Dundee Rep Ensemble. Producer National Theatre of Scotland. Adapted by Colin Teevan. Director Dominic Hill. Design Naomi Wilkinson. Lighting Chris Davey. Music Paddy Cuneen. Choreographer Janet Smith. Performer Gerry Mulgrew (Older Peer). Performer Ann Louise Ros (Peer's mother). Performer Keith Fleming. Performer John Buick. Performer Alan Burgon. Performer Kevin Lennon. Performer Irene Macdougall. Performer Gemma McElhinney. Performer Robert Paterson. Performer Emily Winter. Performer Duncan Anderson. Performer Cliff Burnett. Performer Nailah Cumberbatch. Performer John Macaulay. Performer Martin McCormick. Performer Carmen Pieraccini. Performer Ashley Smith. Performer Judith Williams.
23 Jun 09 to 27 Jun 09Theatre Royal, Glasgow :: V623
listing details L0879431906
17 Jun 09 to 20 Jun 09Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh :: V604
listing details L18093895
9 Jun 09 to 13 Jun 09Eden Court Theatre, Inverness :: V626
listing details L0662809058
2 Jun 09 to 6 Jun 09His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen :: V585
listing details L01130129999
26 May 09 to 30 May 09Dundee Repertory Theatre, Dundee :: V596
listing details L2097816395
30 Apr 09 to 16 May 09Barbican Centre, West End :: V371
listing details L792817313

T01790737488

Producer Derby LIVE Community Theatre. Adapted by Peter Roberts.
24 Jun 09 to 27 Jun 09Assembly Rooms, Derby :: V427
listing details L1148040907

T515403279

Company Everyman. Director Simon Futty.
24 Mar 09 to 28 Mar 09Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff :: V827
listing details L0737817338

T1418283524

Company Ibsen Stage Company. Translation Terje Tveit. Adapted by Terje Tveit. Director Terje Tveit. Lighting Finnuala McNulty. Choreographer Federika Zurleni.
30 Jan 08 to 17 Feb 08Pleasance, Inner London :: V276
listing details L0541999377

T01211052070

This radical new co-production between National Theatre of Scotland and Dundee Rep Ensemble, featuring a cast of 19, promises a mix of trolls, madmen, dancing girls and live music.Producer Dundee Rep Ensemble. Producer National Theatre of Scotland. Adapted by Colin Teevan. Director Dominic Hill. Design Naomi Wilkinson. Lighting Chris Davey. Music Paddy Cuneen. Choreographer Janet Smith. Performer Gerry Mulgrew. Performer Keith Fleming. Performer Duncan Anderson. Performer John Buick. Performer Cliff Burnett. Performer Nailah Cumberbatch. Performer Belle Jones. Performer Kevin Lennon. Performer Darren Lightbody. Performer Irene Macdougall. Performer Helen Mackay. Performer Anthony Missen. Performer Robert Paterson. Performer Jeremy Reynolds. Performer Ann Louise Ross. Performer Gail Watson. Performer Judith Williams. Performer Emily Winter. Performer Sharon Young.
24 Sep 07 to 13 Oct 07Dundee Repertory Theatre, Dundee :: V596
listing details L1604741085

T1430979899

Company Forthwall Theatre Company (Acting and Technical) Final Year Students). Director Anthony Ravenhall.
27 Jun 07 to 30 Jun 07Theatre Royal, York :: V954
listing details L1790412898

T394500630

Company Three Over Eden.
6 Jun 07 to 7 Jun 07Darlington Arts Centre, Darlington :: V563
listing details L0824476057
31 Mar 05 to 1 Apr 05Middlesbrough Theatre, Middlesbrough :: V0895700786
listing details L1538890889

T1292251832

Contains some nudity. 160min/inc intervalProducer BITE07. Company National Theatre of Iceland. Director Baltasar Kormakur.
28 Feb 07 to 10 Mar 07The Pit, Barbican Centre, West End :: V372
listing details L0776843533

T01800434033

Translation Terje Tveit. Adapted by Terje Tveit. Director Terje Tveit. Lighting Finnuala McNulty. Choreographer Federika Zurleni. Performer Sarah Alborn. Performer Mathew Butler. Performer Anna Delchev. Performer Paul Engers. Performer Tom Foster. Performer Allix Holland. Performer Maddy Myles. Performer Viola Newbury. Performer Philip Oakland. Performer Jamie Partridge. Performer Elena Saurel. Performer Abby Stobart. Performer Luke Thompson. Performer Holly Thurman. Performer Bethany Webb.
30 Jan 07 to 24 Feb 07Hackney Empire, Outer London :: V309
listing details L01408059314

T0339156665

Company Somerset College of Arts and Technology. Company Operating Theatre Company.
19 Jun 06 to 21 Jun 06Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre, Taunton :: V01603938282
listing details L1698596894

T1094701539

Company Dale Teater Kompani. Translation Terje Tveit. Director Terje Tveit.
18 Oct 05 to 30 Oct 05The Rosemary Branch, Inner London :: V333
listing details L01581706405
29 Sep 05 to 2 Oct 05The Rosemary Branch, Inner London :: V333
listing details L1029036202

T1396734201

Producer Glasshouse Theatre. Translation Christopher Fry. Director Vasile Nedelcu. Performer Michael Chase (Peer Gynt).
17 Jun 05 to 24 Jul 05General, General :: V1398193254
listing details L1420570584

T2140803637

Company Benchtours. Director Peter Clerke. Music Steve Kettley. Design Karen Tennant.
27 May 04 to 28 May 04Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh :: V633
listing details L406441860

T01701853026

Producer Herald Productions. Producer Arcola (in association with Pursey.Munthe Productions). Director David Levin. Performer Hilton McRae. Performer Fleur Chandler. Performer Jon Millington. Performer Edith Buckovics. Performer Indra Ove. Performer Geoffrey Nursey. Performer Barry Latchford. Performer Ria Ulleri. Performer Peter Winnall. Performer Sarah Liisa Wilkinson. Performer Kristian Lewis. Performer Giulia Innocenti. Performer Nick Dutton. Performer Annette Ross. Performer Charles Cambridge. Performer Nicola Borthwick. Performer Max Berendt. Performer Margaret Moore.
4 Feb 03 to 1 Mar 03Arcola, Inner London :: V1422226940
listing details L01112481231

T01559286387

Company Skien Productions. Translation Christopher Fry. Music Edvard Greig. Company Oxfore University Dramatic Society.
8 May 02 to 11 May 02The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
listing details L914753340

T1829702018

Company State of Unrest. Director Toby Frow. Design Jean Marc Puissant. Lighting Adam Crosthwaite. Music Michael Olivia. Performer Tina Gambe. Performer Tim Hardy. Performer Stephen Hudson. Performer Eleanor Montgomery. Performer Erika Poole. Performer Gordon Stern. Performer Nathan Wilcocks.
24 Jul 01 to 12 Aug 01BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), Inner London :: V168
listing details L461175077

T1013554625

In this modern reinvention of [Ibsen]'s epic poem, Clare Venables cuts to the heart and soul of the original. In the protagonist's search for his own soul he makes the choice to remain free of human attachments, not realising that by doing so he destroys any chance he has of redemption. Dealing with powerful questions on the nature of free will and how our choices affect our lives and happiness, this is a Peer Gynt for the urban age.Director Clare Venables. Design Duncan MacAskill. Performer Joanna Tope. Performer Tam Dean Burn. Performer Rupert Farley. Performer Stephen Scott. Performer Jay Manley. Performer Seamus Whitty.
30 Nov 00 to 23 Dec 00Citizens Theatre, Glasgow :: V611
listing details L0580354533

T70814152

NT Ensemble. Based in part on Norwegian folk traditions, Peer Gynt is by turns comic, tragic, lyrical and fantastic.Company Royal National Theatre. Adapted by Frank McGuinness. Director Conall Morrison. Design Francis O'Connor. Costume Joan O'Clery. Lighting Paule Constable. Music Conor Linehan. Sound Paul Groothuis. Choreographer Malcolm Shields. Performer Sorcha Cusack. Performer Jeff Diamond. Performer Annie Farr. Performer Olwen Fouere. Performer Patrick O'Kane. Performer Ronald Pickup. Performer Anthony Renshaw. Performer Adrian Sarple. Performer Clara Adams. Performer Susan Aderin. Performer Kolade Agboke. Performer Ruairi Conaghan. Performer Craig Conway. Performer Brigid Duffy. Performer Chiwetel Ejiofor. Performer Christopher John Hall. Performer Paul Hickey. Performer Stephen Hogan. Performer Lloyd Hutchinson. Performer Adam Jones. Performer Melanie MacHugh. Performer Joseph Marcell. Performer John O'Toole. Performer Victor Power. Performer Marcella Riordan. Performer John Rogan. Performer Jason Rose. Performer Valerie Spelman. Performer Amanda Symonds. Performer Anthony Taylor. Performer Viviana Verveen. Performer Andy Williams. Performer Benny Young.
20 Oct 00 to 9 Dec 00Olivier (National Theatre), West End :: V373
listing details L0817300413

T057429693

Work in Progress of an award-nominated revival.Director Toby Frow.
1 Jun 00 to 3 Jun 00Southwark Playhouse, Inner London :: V226
listing details L1951216010

T450068371

Performer David Threlfall. Director Braham Murray. Translation Michael Meyer.
10 Feb 99 to 13 Mar 99Royal Exchange, Manchester :: V491
listing details L141624923

T148560588

Company Welsh College of Music and Drama. Director Michael Bogdanov.
24 Mar 98 to 28 Mar 98Sherman Theatre, Cardiff :: V824
listing details L2145864760

T0338298896

Company Manchester Metropolitan University School of Theatre. Director Peter Lichtenfels. Adapted by Frank McGuinness.
1 Dec 97 to 6 Dec 97The Capitol Theatre, Manchester :: V1006
listing details L0272363063

T29702019

Company Harrogate Youth Theatre. Adapted by Kate Vaughan. Director Kate Vaughan.
29 Aug 97 to 30 Aug 97Harrogate Theatre, Harrogate :: V942
listing details L1828758571

T443382202

Company Sherman Youth Theatre.
31 Oct 96 to 2 Nov 96Sherman Theatre, Cardiff :: V824
listing details L01087220742

T02043351889

Translation Michael Meyer. Performer Stephen Haynes.
22 Jun 84 to 24 Jun 84General, Inner London :: V1231
listing details L01039594970

Other listings

27 Jul 10 to 31 Jul 10Lost Theatre, Outer London :: V211
listing details L212480960
13 Jun 07 to 16 Jun 07Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
listing details L01190749671
13 Feb 03 to 22 Feb 03Progress Theatre, Reading :: V737
listing details L0204192215
7 May 97 to 10 May 97The Playhouse, Oxford :: V803
listing details L1571410273

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