Old Vic Voices Off talks & debates announced for The Master Builder


Old Vic Voices Off is a new programme of events with leading voices in the arts, media, science and politics that question, explore and debate themes raised by the productions on our main stage. Our next events are related to The Master Builder and are on sale now.

Each event costs 5 and will take place pre-show, ahead of The Master Builder, so you can enjoy a talk or debate around the themes of the play, followed by the production.

What’s coming up:

The future of London’s skyline
Tue 16 Feb, 6-7pm
Join two real-life Master Builders, Eric Parry and Julia Barfield as they talk to Deyan Sudjic (Director of the Design Museum) about the dramatically changing London skyline.

Q&A with David Hare
Tue 1 Mar, 6-6.45pm
David Hare, playwright and screenwriter, will share his insights into the process of adapting Ibsens The Master Builder for a modern audience, in conversation with Dr Kirsten Shepherd-Barr, Professor of English and Theatre Studies at Oxford University.

The gender debate
Tue 8 Mar, 5.45-6.45pm
A panel of top campaigners and writers will discuss how far society of today is still a mans world. Speakers include Caroline Criado-Perez and Anne-Marie Imafidon.

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