Look Back in Anger
By John Osborne
Runs until Saturday 24th March
John Osborne’s groundbreaking play, Look Back in Anger focuses on the life and marital struggles of Jimmy Porter, an intelligent, rebellious young man and his upper-middle class wife, Alison. Tackling themes of sex, class, religion, politics, the media, and the sense of a country stifled by an official establishment culture, Look Back in Anger is widely considered to have changed the course of English drama in the 1950’s. Award-winning director, Annabelle Comyn, takes a fresh look at this world-renowned, blistering play, at a time when class and gender politics are once again to the fore.
We are pleased to announce a Sign Language Interpreted Performance (SLIP) on Thursday, 22nd March at 7.30pm, and a Captioned performance*on Saturday 24th March at 2.30pm. Contact Box Office at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
*Supported by Arts & Disability Ireland