A Clockwork Orange: Open Rehearsal

Tue 27 Mar 2018

The International Anthony Burgess Foundation


What’s it going to be then, eh?

Come and see how The Company are creating our production of A Clockwork Orange in an exciting open rehearsal at the Anthony Burgess Foundation in Manchester.

The free event will take place between 11am and 12noon on Tuesday 27 March. Director Nick Bagnall will be giving notes to the actors as they work through scenes and a few songs. Musical Supervisor George Francis will be playing on Burgess's Bösendorfer piano.

Following the rehearsal, Nick will be in conversation with Professor Andrew Biswell - Director of the Anthony Burgess Foundation and Burgess biographer - where there will be an opportunity to ask questions.

The International Anthony Burgess Foundation is an independent educational charity that encourages public interest in the life and work of Anthony Burgess. We’re delighted to be sharing our rehearsal process with such a special venue.

Tickets are free but, as capacity is limited, they should be booked in advance online or via Box Office on 0151 709 4776.

A Clockwork Orange // reviews

“A chilling, ultraviolent cabaret”
The Guardian

“A razor sharp production of Antony Burgess’s distillation of his own moral dystopia”
The Stage

“Sickly slick with blood and bile and oozing style, it’s real horrorshow, my droogs, real horrorshow”
Chris High Reviews

“Atmospheric, unsettling and immensely engaging”
Northern Soul

“Brutally violent and yet also angelic”
Live Arts Alive

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