Savage
  • West End

COPENHAGEN 1940. With the Nazi occupation of Denmark, life did not change much. Zack and Nikolai enjoy their glamorous, hedonistic life and the paradise of cabaret. Their world is shattered when Doctor Carl Peter Vrnet discovers what he believed to be "the cure for homosexuality". He's applauded by the Nazi regime and encouraged with his experiments. This important New Play exposes a heart-breaking love story amidst the brutal and savage TRUE STORY of an obsessed Nazi war criminal.

Performances: 29th June - 23rd July at 7.30pm. Saturday matinees at 2.30pm.

American writer and arts journalist Terri Paddock will host a special Q&A with LGBTI rights activist Peter Tatchell after the Savage performance on 6th July 2016. Free event if you buy a ticket for the 7.30 evening performance.

Please not that no latecomers will be permitted

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