Wed 20 Oct to Sat 23 Oct 2021
Evenings 7.30pm | Matinee Sat 2:30pm
Running time (approx.): 1 hour 10 minutes
Age: 16+ Strong Language
Box Office: 0131 529 6000
How much does truth really matter?
A radical re-imagining of the classic Henrik Ibsen play about truth, power and deception from Kieran Hurley, award-winning playwright and screenwriter of the critically acclaimed Scottish indie film Beats.
In a once great Scottish town, a massive redevelopment project promises to bring money, jobs and new prospects to its forgotten population. However, when Dr Kirsten Stockmann discovers a dangerous secret, she knows she must bring the truth to light – no matter the cost.
A provocative and timely drama about corruption, politics and the media featuring a brooding original soundtrack and live video, The Enemy is a uniquely Scottish take on Henrik Ibsen’s timeless work.
Written by Kieran Hurley, after Henrik Ibsen’s "An Enemy of the People"
Directed by Finn den Hertog
A National Theatre of Scotland production.
Friends 2 for 1 on Opening Night, or 20% off all other performances
Groups (8+) £4 off Stalls and Dress
Concessions £3 off (excl. Fri & Sat eve). Concessions are limited and may be withdrawn at any time.
Student Standby £10*
Discounts are available to people with disabilities, please call box office to buy your tickets. If you would like to book a wheelchair space or if you have any special requirements, please phone the box office who can advise. Our staff can be called on 0131 529 6000, by using Text Relay on 18002 0131 529 6003, or emailed at email@example.com.
From Monday 28 June 2021, the Box Office phones will be open Mon-Fri, 11-3pm.
* Student Standby tickets are subject to availability on the day of the performance and can only be purchased in person at the Box Office from 12pm. A valid Student or Young Scot ID is required. Only one ticket per card.
All discounts may be withdrawn at any time.
Thu 21 October 7.30PM
Sat 23 October 2.30PM
BSL - Sign Language Interpreted
Sat 23 October 2.30PM
Sat 23 October 1.30PM
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