The Bourgeois Gentleman

Directed by Mark Brickman

Moliere's Bourgeois Gentleman with his customery wit and incisiveness, France's most gifted playwright assesses the importance of the arts through the eyes of a "culture vulture". Moliere uses Monsieur Jourdain's attempts to educate himself to expose a world of bourgeois pretension and human greed. ATC's talented cast give full rein to their comic skills to create, from this marvellous "comedy-ballet", a stunning carnival of theatre, dance and music. A brand new production, stamped with all the vitality and imagination that are ATC's hallmark.

Photograph by Sarah Ainslie

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Dates-

  • Roses Theatre Arts Centre (Tewkesbury)
  • The Theatre (Chipping Norton)
  • - Wilde Theatre (Bracknell)
  • South Holland Centre (Spalding)
  • Grantham Leisure Centre (Grantham)
  • - Blackfriars Arts Centre (Boston)
  • Embassy Centre (Skegness)
  • De Aston School (Market Rasen)
  • Hornsea School
  • - Scunthorpe Civic Theatre (now Plowright Theatre) (Scunthorpe)
  • - Stahl Theatre (Oundle)
  • Baysgarth School Drama Studio (Barton-On-Humber)
  • Caxton Theatre (Grimsby)
  • Uppingham Theatre (Uppingham)
  • - Fareham
  • Headlands School (Bridlington)
  • - Stamford Arts Centre (Stamford)
  • - Hull Truck Theatre (Hull)
  • - The Wells Centre, Granary Theatre (Wells-next-the-sea)
  • - Central Studio Theatre (Basingstoke)
  • - Brentford Watermans Arts Centre (London)
  • - Battersea Arts Centre (London)

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