About A Doll's House
Henrik Ibsen’s controversial play A Doll’s House was first staged in Copenhagen in 1879, and in 2006 was awarded the title of the world’s most performed play, with autographed manuscripts inscribed by UNESCO on the Memory of the World Register. The A Doll’s House London production hits the West End this August with A Doll’s House tickets on sale now!
A Doll’s House is headed by Simon Stephens, director Carrie Cracknel, and Tony Award winner Ian MacNeil. With performances by Dominic Rowan and Best Actress Critic’s Circle and Evening Standard Award winning Hattie Morahan.
★★★★★ 'If you ever see a production of the play, see this one… Hattie Morahan’s Nora is a once-in-a-lifetime performance' The Sunday Telegraph
★★★★★ 'An intense emotional thriller…Ian MacNeil’s set is like a spinning doll’s house come to life…Hattie Morahan’s Nora offers a piercing study in desperation' Sunday Express
★★★★ 'Ferociously raw and palpably radical…Hattie Morahan is instantly enthralling' Independent on Sunday
★★★★ 'A sexy, passionate interpretation of Ibsen, potent and emotionally truthful' Evening Standard
★★★★ 'A riveting production of Ibsen’s classic led by a vivid, moving performance from Hattie Morahan' Financial Times
★★★★ 'There is so much to admire in this marvellous production… terrific' The Times
★★★★ 'Hattie Morahan is wonderfully luminous… Ian McNeil’s set is exquisite… warmly recommended' Daily Telegraph
Book your A Doll’s House tickets today and see this “sexy, passionate interpretation” (Evening Standard) of Ibsen’s masterpiece.