George Orwell received widespread public acclaim for the political allegory “Animal Farm”. Peter Hall’s adaptation of the novel for stage stays largely faithful to the book and manages to be fresh and funny whilst remaining true to the savagery of George Orwell’s satirical novel. Through script and song the play illuminates perfectly the succession of steps through which, by persuasion, lies, force and propaganda, some of the animals become “more equal than others” !
Age: Whilst we consider this show to be for all the family the show will contain some scary moments and does touch on themes of a serious nature. Whilst at times funny and certainly thought provoking it is not a farmyard story for little children. We would give the show a “PG” rating and would ask parents and guardians to consider this when deciding whether to bring very small children with them.
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