Tag Archives: Ghosts

September 22

Ghosts – Resisting the temptation to separate. (Theatre Review)

Ghosts Belvoir Theatre 16 Sept – 22 Oct You can grab your tickets here.  In the afterword to The Birth of Tragedy, added fourteen years after its initial publication, Friedrich Nietzsche refutes the Wagnerian-Schopenhauerian impulses of his youthful work. “What a pity,” he writes, “I did not dare to say what I had to say […]

October 17

Ghosts – The Depot Theatre rescues Ibsen from middle class theatre morality. (Theatre Review)

Ghosts The Depot Theatre You can grab your tickets here Ibsen’s Ghosts is a classic, and like all classics it bares the burden of relevancy. I have recently seen the latest Game of Thrones inspired version of Macbeth (!) a film that broke its belly open trying to justify its own existence. For me, I […]