Peter Hall directs Henrick Ibsen's A Doll's House, in a new version by Stephen Mulrine, starring Catherine McCormack, Finbar Lynch and Christopher Ravenscroft.
Blackmail and innocence, love and hypocrisy, honour and betrayal collide in one of the most groundbreaking and celebrated plays in theatre history.
Nora thought she had the perfect life until a ghost from the past returns. Forced to confront reality, she recognises that she is little more than Torvald, her husband's plaything, trapped by convention within a suffocating marriage. Her decision to slam the door on being a wife and mother and empower herself, is one of the iconic moments of modern drama.