A Doll’s House

Very good. Felt long and lots of talking, but the main actor – Tanya Moodie – who was on stage for almost all the play was absolutely spellbinding. I really found it difficult to look at anyone else. At the end of the play she suddenly appeared behind the scenery in a snowstorm – very bleak ending. The play is all about the position of women in 19th/20th century society and coincidently we’ve just been listening to A Room with a View in the car and it has lots of the same themes – independence, thinking for one’s self…

There’s a Guardian review of A Doll’s House here.

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