Tue 23 March - Sat 10 April 2010
Set against the backdrop of an escalating European war, The Duchess Of Malfi is a thrilling portrayal of a family torn apart by lust and lies.
Filmed performances: Fri 9 April - All tickets £10
Amongst the flattery and paranoia of the Italian court, the Duchess finds herself newly widowed. Banned from remarriage by her powerful brothers, who are determined to keep their hands of their sister and her inheritance, she has a choice to make.
When the Duchess defies their will and marries her steward Antonio she begins a life hiding her love - and their children. With a spy in their midst it is only a matter of time before the lovers are discovered and violence spills out.One of the great achievements of English drama, John Webster's epic revenge tragedy begins with a love story and ends in a bloody nightmare...
Greenwich Theatre makes a welcome return to producing in-house theatre
|Directed by||Elizabeth Freestone|
|Designed by||Neil Irish|
|Lighting Design by||Wayne Dowdeswell|
|Sound Design by||Adrienne Quartly|
|Cast includes||Peter Bankole, Richard Bremmer, Mark Hadfield, Maxwell Hutcheon, Edmund Kingsley, Aislin McGuckin Tim Steed, Tim Treloar, Harvey Virdi, James Wallace, Conrad Westmaas, Brigid Zengeni|
|Tue 23, Wed 24, Sat 27, Tue 30, Wed 31 March, Tue 6, Fri 9 April - 7.30pm|
Thu 25 March - 7pm
Sat 27 March, Thu 1, Fri 9, Sat 10 April - 1.30pm
Eves £17.50, £15