The House of Bernarda Alba

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We are pleased to offer the screening of The House of Bernarda Alba for free. However, during this difficult time, we need your support now more than ever to ensure we can continue to champion and cultivate the talent of Deaf and disabled artists.

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The House of Bernarda Alba is available to watch online until 13 July!

We’re delighted to be part of the Royal Exchange Theatre’s digital festival RX Connect. The House of Bernarda Alba was the first major co-production between the Royal Exchange Theatre and Graeae Theatre Company.

Renowned performer Kathryn Hunter plays Bernarda in Lorca’s final masterpiece – a bitter and darkly comic tragedy that charts the tyranny, jealousy and desperate struggle for freedom that will tear Bernarda and her daughters apart.

By Federico García Lorca. Translated by Jo Clifford
Directed by Jenny Sealey
Audio described and captioned versions available.

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE AUDIO VERSION

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE EASY READ VERSION

PANEL TALK –  24 June 2020
The House of Bernarda Alba Assistant Director Nickie Miles-Wildin chairs a panel discussion with Deaf and disabled artists on how the lockdown has affected disabled people, and the role theatre can play in our community moving forwards. BSL interpreted.

You can watch the Panel Talk here

Additional content below:
View the Learning Pack here 
Plain text Learning Pack version here
BSL synopsis here 
BSL introduction here
AD intro here