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The Father

By Florian Zeller. Starring Kenneth Cranham as Andre, an old man with dementia, and Claire Skinner as his daughter, struggling to balance his care with the demands of her own life.

Kenneth Cranham's moving portrayal of a man suffering from dementia in Florian Zeller's award-winning stage play, translated by Christopher Hampton.

This darkly funny drama tells the story of 80-year-old André's declining mental powers and the efforts of his daughter Anne (Claire Skinner) to balance caring for him with the demands of her own life.

A Theatre Royal Bath/Ustinov Studio/Tricyle Theatre production directed by James Macdonald.

Sound Design ..... Christopher Shutt

Winner of the 2014 Molière award for France's best play, The Father by Florian Zeller received five star reviews across the board in the UK.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Sun 28 Feb 2016 21:00

Credits

Role Contributor
Anne Claire Skinner
Pierre Nicholas Gleaves
Laura Kirsty Oswald
Man Jim Sturgeon
Woman Rebecca Charles
Producer Mary Peate

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