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Wed 5 June
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Company: Living Pictures
1830s Russia. Poprishchin is in his 40’s - a low ranking civil servant for the Government, struggling to make his mark on life, but one day he makes an amazing discovery. Could he really be the next King of Spain?
Driven insane by government bureaucracy and hierarchy, Gogol’s dark comedy exposes one man’s reality spiralling deeper into a surreal fantasy world.
Considered by many to be Gogol’s best work, Diary of a Madman, is set in St Petersberg, among the petty repressed Tsarist Russia.
Directed by Sinead Rushe (Olivier Award nominee) this one man show, performed by Robert Bowman (Sherman Cymru, Bristol Old Vic, RSC) is a timeless piece that explores the human condition when it comes face to face with it’s own mortality.
This project is supported with a grant from Arts Council Wales.
Directed by Sinead Rushe
Performed by Robert Bowman
Designed by View Creative & crafted by Tincan