Controversial play comes to Theatre Royal Brighton

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The celebrated English Touring Theatre return to Theatre Royal Brighton with a brand new production of Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts, adapted and directed by Stephen Unwin.

Unwin is widely regarded as one of the country’s best directors of Ibsen’s work.

Ibsen’s masterpiece Ghosts is recognised as one of the greatest plays of world drama.

A controversial play, Ghosts confronts a range of issues such as incest, euthanasia, bourgeois hypocrisy, extramarital affairs and sexually transmitted diseases.

This production is inspired by the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch, famously known for painting The Scream, who designed extraordinary sets for Ghosts in Berlin in 1906.

To book tickets call 0844 871 7650 or log on to www.atgtickets.com/brighton (subject to a booking fee).

Tickets £10 - £25.

Dates and times: Tuesday, December 3, to Saturday, December 7. Evenings 7.45pm. Thursday and Saturday matinees 2.30pm.