Don’t miss out on this dark psychological spectacle, a perfect blend of drama and mystery. Follow the footsteps of a psychiatrist who tried to treat a young man with a twisted, pathological, religious fascination with horses.
Why Watch Equus
This play, written by Peter Shaffer in 1973 is back in the Westend for a limited time rerun! Directed by Ned Bennett, this classic, Tony award-winning play is a must watch for those who love a dark tale and a bold new production. Based on a true story, this play explores devotion, myth, and sexuality in gripping detail.
This critically acclaimed classic follows the footsteps of the psychiatrist Dr. Martin Dysart and his daunting task to treat teenager Alan Strang. The catch being, Alan’s violent act of blinding six horses. While Dr. Dysart tried to uncover young Alan’s motives, he begins to question his motives and sanity in a world purely driven by consumerism. This tale explores themes of devotion, myth, and sexuality. A mature watch and one that will move an audience in the most unexpected ways. This critically acclaimed drama ensures an evening of thematic explorations like never before.
Lovers of psychological dramas | Fans of the original play
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Recommended for ages 14 and up.
The Arts Theatre has a seating capacity of 460 split over three tiers..
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Smart and casual wear is recommended. Keep in mind, the theatre is air conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly.
This experience cannot be canceled, amended or rescheduled.
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Theatre Royal Stratford East, Gerry Raffles Square, London