Little Eyolf

Little Eyolf

April 2019
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mealspiel are proud to present a radical reimagining of Little Eyolf by Henrik Ibsen

A boy has gone missing and we have ninety minutes to find him.

The Allmer family have moved to the present day. Their son has disappeared. They are working out how to tell their story.

Part stand-up comedy, part drama, Little Eyolf asks questions about facts, feelings, and where they intertwine.

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By Henrik Ibsen

Age guideline: 15+

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