On Thursday 7th and Friday 8th March 2019 audiences at the Dolman Theatre in Newport have an opportunity to experience Theatre AdHoc’s take on Edward Albee’s dark comedy, “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”.
The play was made famous on film by Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor and was recently revived by The National Theatre.
“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” follows young Nick and Honey who drop in for a late-night drink at George and Martha’s after a faculty soirée for Professors and their wives, but they could not have imagined what they would go on to witness as the morning draws closer. What is the truth? Is it all a game? Will we ever know?
Theatre AdHoc first performed “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” to an intimate studio audience at Congress Theatre Cwmbran in February and this is what people said:
“As good as any professional production”
“Brilliant acting, we didn’t know what to expect!”
“An emotional roller coaster”
Tickets are available from The Dolman Theatre box office at www.dolmantheatre.co.uk and 01633 263670 for £10.00 and performances start at 7:15pm.