That Bastard Brecht

That Bastard Brecht

David Dunn, Mark Howard, Lydia Saroto, Peter Knoble

Nuworks: theatre made in australia

Theatre

Bertolt Brecht: genius or charlatan? The question is answered in a piece of pure Epic theatre featuring 15 new songs and choreography. The story is told through the eyes of Brecht’s most significant collaborator, Elizabeth Hauptmann, who is now reputed to have written at least 80% of The Threepenny Opera. In her lifetime she was denied credit and reward. The setting is Berlin: Sin City during the vibrant decade of the Weimar Republic when Brecht and Kurt Weill were the enfants terrible on the cultural scene.

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13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 August 2018

Start
10:45

Runtime
(1hr 35mins)

Tickets
£10.00 Concession
£15.00 Standard

20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 August 2018

Start
21:35

Runtime
(1hr 35mins)

Tickets
£10.00 Concession
£15.00 Standard

During the Festival

In person at our venues:

Paradise in Augustines
41 George IV Bridge, EH1 1EL
Typically 09:00 - 23:45

Paradise in The Vault
11 Merchant St, EH1 2QD
Typically 11:15 - 23:15

We accept cash and most popular credit or debit cards. There are no transaction fees at our venue box office.

Refund Policy

Customers will automatically be refunded in the event of cancellation of a performance or where the performance significantly fails to match the advertised description.

Refunds will be made by the sales point from which the ticket was purchased and will be made in the same format in which the original payment was taken: card payments will be refunded to the original card, cash payments will be refunded in cash.

In the interests of good customer relations, should a customer be denied admission due to late arrival or be unable to make the performance booked we will endeavour to alter the booking to another performance of the same show. This is on a discretionary basis and we may be unable to do this if performances are sold out.