National Theatre of Scotland and the London Review of Books


3 - 21 October 2012 / 20:00
Mother at the Trampery


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Created in collaboration with the London Review of Books, National Theatre of Scotland present a fascinating new site-specific production based on interviews with leading figures in the UK newspaper industry.

The once respected, lucrative and massively influential press is in crisis. Rocked by ongoing allegations of corruption, bribery and other illegal practices, the media has become the story.

Enquirer blends fact, anecdote and passionate opinion in a promenade production created as a rapid response to these incredible recent events.

National Theatre of Scotland return to the Barbican after the resounding success of Black Watch in 2008 and 2010.

'Shockingly timely' The Scotsman ★★★★

90 mins / no interval

Age guidance 14+

Barbican Offsite: this performance takes place at

Mother at The Trampery
188 - 192 St John Street
London EC1V 4JY

Venue provided by Mother at The Trampery

This is a promenade performance, with the audience following the performers around the venue, and includes the use of stairs. Please advise box office of any access requirements.

Please be aware that the nature of this performance means there is absolutely no admittance for latecomers.

16 Oct
Post-show talk
Sarah Crompton, Arts Editor, Daily Telegraph, in conversation with Vicky Featherstone, John Tiffany and Andrew O'Hagan

Edited and directed by Vicky Featherstone and John Tiffany
Co-edited by Andrew O'Hagan
Interviews by Paul Flynn, Deborah Orr and Ruth Wishart
Lighting Design by Lizzie Powell
Costume Design by Janice Borgos

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This event is part of:
Theatre & Dance Sep - Dec 2012



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