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Man to Man

Man to Man

Show Times

Tue
17/10/17
Wed
18/10/17
Thu
19/10/17
Fri
20/10/17
Sat
21/10/17
Sun
22/10/17
Mon
23/10/17
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Times shown are subject to change.
Please check with the theatre for updates.

STAGE 1 

TUE 17 - WED 18 OCT, 7.30pm

Tickets: from £10 (Limited availability so book early!)

A Wales Millennium Centre production

By Manfred Karge
Translated by Alexandra Wood

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.

Compromising her own identity for survival, 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.

Shunted from one memory to another, the audience experiences the full force of this all-consuming one-woman play, confronting the horror of the Second World War from a unique and deeply personal perspective.


 The Guardian  
“The main triumph is Maggie Bain’s. She sculpts her voice and body to become a cast of dozens”

 The Arts Desk
“This is political theatre par excellence”

 The Stage
 “An impressive performance in an even more impressive visual production”

 The Times
"This stunning revival… is destined for classic status"

 British Theatre Guide
“A beautifully mesmerising 75 minutes, which will leave the audience surprised, touched and enriched.” 

   Time Out 

Running time: 1 hr 20 mins (no interval)

Recommended age: 14+ (Contains strong language and adult themes) 

Post-show discussion: Tue 17 Oct

Wales Millennium Centre’s licence to present Manfred Karge’s Man to Man is granted by Rosica Colin Limited, London, by arrangement with henschel SCHAUSPIEL, Berlin.

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