The Duchess of Malfi is blood-stained story of love, power and corruption following the recently widowed duchess as she gains financial independence, prioritises her passions and refuses the authority of her brothers with horrifying consequences.
John Webster’s dark tale of bloody treachery is the most thrilling and chilling of the Jacobean revenge tragedies. This bold new interpretation – The Duchess [of Malfi] – written and directed by multi-award winning Zinnie Harris, received brilliant reviews during its Edinburgh run and is heading to Tramway in September as part of the Citizens Women season.
We’ve two pairs of tickets to be won to the performance of The Duchess [of Malfi] on 5 September, 7.30pm at Tramway. For your chance to one one of these pairs of tickets, simply fill in the form below and answer this question.
Who wrote the original The Duchess of Malfi?
a) William Shakespeare
b) Noël Coward
c) John Webster
Competition closes midnight Mon 26 Aug. Over 16s only. Winners will be notified via email within two working days of closing and required to respond within 48 hours or the prize will be offered to another entrant. Our Ts&Cs can be found at theskinny.co.uk/about/terms
For more info on the Citizens’ Theatre and The Duchess of Malfi, head to www.citz.co.uk/whatson/info/the-duchess-of-malfi