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Widely regarded as the man who laid the foundations of modern British theatre, Harley Granville-Barker was famed for his Shakespeare productions and wrote and produced ground-breaking new plays in the early twentieth century, most notably The Voysey Inheritance, Waste, and The Madras House. Richard Nelson's new play finds him embittered and world-weary in Massachusetts in 1916, with war raging in Europe, having fallen in with a group of British expatriates endeavouring to find their way in an academic, theatre obsessed community.

Show Details

  • Dates:Closed on
  • Location:Hampstead Theatre, Inner London