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The Social Play Reading Group meets next on Wednesday, 3 May, at 7.30pm, and will be reading Hedda Gabler, by Henrik Ibsen. Though written in the 19th century, the play deals with issues that are timeless. Convenor, Anita Alzamora says this is a play once done at the Little Theatre by Freda Kelsall’s Bridge Theatre, and more recently mentioned as a play that some women wished could be performed by the Little Theatre. We think it is timely to look at it more closely. There are parts for both men and women, and everyone is invited, whether to listen, read, or comment upon the play and its relevance to today.

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