Written in 1962, filmed by Kubrick in 1971, and adapted for the theatre by the author as a play with music in 1987, Anthony Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange is infamous, controversial, and above all, iconic. A study in free will, behavioural conditioning and the state, it follows the fortunes of young Alex and his droogs, with a bit of the Ultraviolence and the old in-out in-out.
So what’s it going to be then, eh? Tolchoking, dratsing and kicks in the yarblockos, thumps on the Gulliver, fists in the plott. Gromky great shooms to the bratchified Millicent, viddy the krovvy pour out of his rot. Ptitsas and cheenas and starry babushkas – a crack in the kishkas real horrorshow hot, give it to them whether they want it or not. And then there’s the Beethoven…
This production of A Clockwork Orange forms assessed work by Anglia Ruskin University second-year Performing Arts students.
Contains sexual imagery and flashing video.
Nightly performances at 7.30 pm.
All Tickets: £5.00.
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