Rosmersholm
Rosmersholm
Rosmersholm
Rosmersholm
Rosmersholm

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Duke of York's Theatre, London
Rosmersholm
Duke of York's Theatre, London
Our Review 4 / 5
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Ian Rickson directs a new adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's Rosmersholm, starring Tom Burke and Hayley Atwell which runs at the Duke of York's Theatre until 19th July 2019. Tickets for Rosmersholm are available now. 

First written in 1886, Rosmersholm is considered one of Ibsen's masterpieces. It centres around Johannes Rosmer and his free-spirited housekeeper, Rebecca West, who are both haunted by the spirit of Rosmer's wife, who committed one year before the play begins. This new version of the play by Duncan Macmillan sees an election looming, with John Rosmer faced with a choice between conservative traditions, or a new freedom. 

Rosmersholm runs at the Duke of York's Theatre until 19th July, with tickets available now.

Tom Burke is possibly best-known for his leading role in the BBC series The Musketeers. His work onstage includes the 2012 National Theatre production of The Doctor's Dilemma, The Cut alongside Ian McKellen, and Creditors at the Donmar Warehouse in 2008. Rickson's godfather Alan Rickman directed the latter, which earned Ian Rickson an Ian Charleson Award.

Hayley Atwell is known for her performances in productions such as A View From the Bridge, Dry Powder and Measure for Measure. On screen, she has appeared in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Peggy Carter, and the live-action Disney remake of Cinderella.

Duncan Macmillan's previous work includes co-adapting/directing 1984 with Robert Icke, which was also produced by Sonia Friedman, and the play People, Places and Things, which enjoyed success in London and New York. 

Rosmersholm is at the  Duke of York's Theatre until 19th July.

Rosmersholm tickets are available now. 

Photo credit: Stuart Chorley

Previews from |
24th April 2019
Opening date |
2nd May 2019
Booking from |
20th July 2019
Available until |
20th July 2019
Run time |
2 hours 20 minutes
By:
Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Duncan Macmillan
Director:
Ian Rickson
Lighting:
Neil Austin
Sound:
Gregory Clarke
Design:
Rae Smith
Costume:
Rae Smith
Cast list:
Hayley Atwell, Tom Burke, Giles Terera, Lucy Briers, Jake Fairbrother, Peter Wight, Gavin Antony, Ebony Buckle, Piers Hampton, Maureen Hibbert, Robyn Lovell, Alice Vilanculo

Duke of York's Theatre Venue Information

Address:
Duke of York's Theatre, 104 St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4BG
Nearest tube:
Leicester Square

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Our Review of Rosmersholm

4/5

The National will soon be reviving Henrik Ibsen's sprawling epic Peer Gynt, but in one of producer Sonia Friedman's possibly boldest (or most reckless?) moves yet, she's giving commercial life to the Norwegian misery merchant's (very) rarely-seen 1886 play Rosmersholm; even the title is off-putting and hardly trips off the tongue. Read more

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Giles Terera joins cast of Rosmersholm at the Duke of York’s Theatre
Monday, 04 March, 2019
Further casting has been announced for Rosmersholm at the Duke of York’s Theatre, originally written by Henrik Ibsen and adapted by Duncan Macmillan. Ibsen’s play centres on Johannes Rosmer, a man who continues to mourn the loss of his wife a year after her death. Along with his housekeeper Rebecca West, the pair feel the ghostly presence of Rosmer’s wife impacting their every move. For the upcoming adaptation at the Duke of York's Theatre, Johannes Rosmer is renamed...
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Hayley Atwell and Tom Burke to star in Ibsen’s Rosmersholm in London
Friday, 01 February, 2019
A new adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s Rosmersholm is set to open in the West End, starring Hayley Atwell and Tom Burke. Adapted by Duncan Macmillan, writer of People Places and Things, the play examines a country in political flux, with John Rosmer faced with a decision between conservative traditions or more modern ideas of freedom. Directed by Ian Rickson, Tom Burke will play John Rosmer (Johannes in the original), and Hayley Atwell will play his housekeeper Rebecca...
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