7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
10th December, 2015
by Peter Shaffer
Director – Geoffrey Colman
Costume – Carmel Hall
Venue – Webber Douglas Studio
Performed by – BA (Hons) Acting students
Production by – BA (Hons) Theatre Practice students
‘With one particular horse, called Nugget, he embraces.’
A boy blinds six horses with a metal spike. What happened that night? What could drive someone to such an act of terror?
Shaffer’s contemporary-classic Equus uses a random act of violence to explore issues of faith, sanity, pain and passion.
This award-winning theatrical masterpiece was first staged at the National Theatre in 1973, and became one of the great post war plays of the twentieth century.
The play contains adult themes.
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