Following their recent success with Journey's End, Sell A Door Theatre Company return to the Greenwich Theatre with a new adaptation of Ibsen's scathing commentary of morality; Ghosts.
"Helen Alving is dedicating an orphanage to the memory of her late husband Captain Alving. She is desperate to conceal his philandering past, and to protect their only son, Oswald, from his father's legacy. But as Oswald's nature begins to feel all too familiar, any hope of success is reduced to ashes. There are some legacies that cannot be hidden."
Ghosts is directed by Phillip Rowntree and Anna Fox, directors of sell-out shows of The History Boys at the Greenwich Theatre in 2012.
Phillip Rowntree says, "I have been a huge fan of Ibsen's work since drama school. The challenge is always to make his work appeal to a modern audience and we are sure that our new adaptation will do just that."
Ghosts opens on the 29th April at the Greenwich Theatre and will run for one week only. Further details to be announced shortly.
Performances play the Greenwich Theatre, Mon 29th April - Sun 5th May: Mon - Sat Eves @ 7:30pm | Wed Mat @ 1pm | Sat Mat @ 2:30pm | Sun Mat @ 4pm. Tickets: £17.50 & £15.00 | Concessions £12.50 | Matinees £12.50 (all tickets). Call 020 8858 7755 or visit www.greenwichtheatre.org.uk.