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Celebrating 30 years since its UK première and following rave reviews and a sold out run at the 2015 Edinburgh Festival, Maggie Bain delivers a tour de force performance in Man to Man. Coming to Wilton’s Music Hall this September for a limited time only before embarking on a UK tour and sold out dates in New York.
Manfred Karge’s Man to Man tells the story of Ella; a woman forced to adopt the identity of her dead husband in order to survive in Nazi Germany. In doing so, Ella is plunged into a new masculine world of beer, schnapps and poker; a claustrophobic existence dominated by the fear of discovery and the changing face of authority in a volatile twentieth century Germany.
Translated by award-winning playwright, Alexandra Wood, this new version unites the talents of a multi-Olivier and Tony award-winning creative team, led by directors Bruce Guthrie (Director of RENT the Musical & The Last Mermaid) and Scott Graham (Artistic Director of Frantic Assembly and Movement Director of Olivier-winning West End/Broadway production The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time).
Don’t miss this new adaptation of the German masterpiece reimagined by a stellar creative team, coming to London for 2 weeks only!
★★★★★ "Destined for classic status" - The Times
★★★★★ "A solo show that feels big-budget and large-cast" - The Guardian
★★★★★ - The Arts Desk
★★★★★ - British Theatre Guide
★★★★★ - The Stage
★★★★ - Time Out
★★★★ - Young Critics
★★★★ - The Herald
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Performance dates12th September to 23rd September. 7.45pm and 2.30pm Saturday matinee
There will be a post-show Q&A with the creative team on the 14th September.
Alexandra Wood and Bruce Guthrie discuss their reworking of the play on 18th September after the performance.
Venue InformationWilton's Music HallWilton’s Music Hall, Graces Alley, London, E1 8JB
Maggie Bain talks Man to Man at Wilton's Music Hall
Man to Man comes to Wilton’s Music Hall in London to celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of its UK premiere. The show has a limited two week run in London before going on its UK tour and onto sold out dates in New York City. WhatsOnStage just gave the show a five-star review and called it. . .” A tour de force. Pieces of theatre that engage the mind, heart and soul as much as this one does are pretty rare.” Star of the show Maggie Bain, talks about the show and her decision to work on this incredible piece.
15 Sep, 2017 | By London Theatre Direct