June 5, 2018

We are delighted to be returning to the Barons Court Theatre to present Ibsen's Olaf Liljekrans. Yes, it is an early Ibsen, but one that I've found to have such a heart. Unlike The Feast of Solhaug and Lady Inger, both of which we have found fascinating but quite heavy...

August 25, 2015

After having read Holly's great blog post, I, too, wanted to reflect on the three projects we have collaborated on. It has been a wonderful three years working on these productions with some amazing actors and I have been trying to understand why these three production...

June 9, 2015

The Ottisdotter journey so far feels both ethereal and visceral: an ivy-laden path through a triad of lost loves, each wrought with its own heart-wrenching mistakes, oversights and missed opportunities. The synthesising urges of the dramaturgical mind (a mind no less b...

March 10, 2015

The Feast at Solhaug is to be the last of Henrik Ibsen’s plays to receive its world première in English. Written 160 years ago, the Norwegian drama was Ibsen’s first successful play and the first to carry his name. Presented by Ottisdotter Productions at the Barons Cou...

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