Published On: Fri, Apr 27th, 2012

L.U.D.S To Perform Woyzeck In The Stanley Theatre, University of Liverpool.

This week, Liverpool University Drama Society will be staging George Buchner’s Woyzeck.

Franz Woyzeck is a lowly soldier, living with his other half Marie, doing what he can to get through life. Taking part in a medical experiment to earn a bit of extra money, he finds himself pushed to his limits, but what are the consequences when he inevitably reaches breaking point?

Woyzeck is a chilling tale about the exploitation of a common man, exploring on complex themes such as poverty, morality and the inner-psyche.

Performances will take place on Tuesday 1st, Wednesday 2nd and Thursday 3rd of May at 7.30pm in Stanley Theatre at the Liverpool Guild of Students.

Tickets are now available from The Base at LGoS or can be bought on the door:
Adults – £6, Concessions – £4, LUDS/LUST – £3

About the Author

- Simal is studying for an MA in Renaissance and 18th Century Literature. She loves how cultured Liverpool is and intends to take full advantage of it in her final year in the city. Originally from Shakespeare’s County, she enjoys having her head in a good book or watching an engaging play.