- WE REGRET THAT THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO 17 MAY 2021 -
This London premiere of the Gaitkrash Theatre's highly acclaimed adaptation of Killing Stella brings to life Marlen Haushofer’s stark and brilliant novella about the complicity of a 1950s’ Austrian housewife (Anna) in the suicide of a young girl (Stella), who is seduced and cast off by Anna’s philandering husband (Richard).
Performed by Bernadette Cronin and Kevin Murphy
Translated and adapted for the stage by Bernadette Cronin
Original sound score by Kevin Murphy
Directed by Regina Crowley
The performance will be introduced by Christiane Schönfeld (Limerick) and is organised in conjunction with the conference Marlen Haushofer in Context. Sponsored by the Ingeborg Bachmann Centre for Austrian Literature & Culture at the IMLR and the Austrian Cultural Forum London.
More information and free online registration:
Institute of Modern Languages Research
Booking opens 1 March 2020