This September, Richmond will host the sold-out, five-star production of Robert Icke’s most recent blockbuster success, “Britain’s Best Director” (Telegraph).
A young woman battles for her life at a private hospital on a typical day. To save her soul, a priest shows up. His admission is denied by her doctor.
A society chooses sides in a polarising era in a fractured country.
Freely adapted from Arthur Schnitzler’s Professor Bernhardi, The Doctor is a “devastating drama for today” (Guardian) and a “provocative, beautifully disturbing” (Independent) maelstrom of gender, race, and identity concerns (Financial Times).