Faustus: That Damned Woman

22nd Jan 2020 - 4th Apr 2020

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5th Sep 2020 - 30th Oct 2020

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All My Sons Events Series

Sally Field and Bill Pullman in Conversation

Tue 21 May, 5–5.45pm 
Tickets £6
The Old Vic Auditorium

Jeremy Herrin directs Sally Field and Bill Pullman in Arthur Miller’s blistering drama, All My Sons.

Join us before the performance of All My Sons on Tuesday 21 May to hear Sally Field and Bill Pullman in conversation with Jeremy Herrin. They’ll be talking about their experiences playing Kate and Joe Keller in one of Miller’s most famous plays and making their London stage debuts at The Old Vic.

If you would like to attend the same day’s performance of All My Sons, tickets are still available, and you can book here.

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Man Up
In association with Mishcon de Reya LLP

Thu 23 May, 5.30–6.30pm 
Rehearsal Room 
Tickets: £6/£5 concessions

Panel discussion around detoxifying masculinity, during All My Sons.

Man up. Boys don’t cry. Grow a pair.

Suicide is the single biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK today*, and male suicides account for roughly three quarters of all suicides in the country. Mental health charities suggest this is, in a large part, down to the social pressure on men to show their mental and physical strength and to keep their emotions to themselves. With more and more men in the public eye coming forward to counter these potentially damaging stereotypes our notion of masculinity is slowly changing. But what is this so-called ‘toxic masculinity’, where does it come from and how does it affect our society as a whole?

Alongside this spring’s production of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons, a play in which masculinity means fighting for your country or going to any lengths to provide for your family, this Voices Off panel discussion will look at what it really means to be a man in the twenty-first century.

Panellist line up to be announced.

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