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There is no shame in deriving pleasure from this little world.' Siblings Fanny and Alexander are growing up amidst the gilded romance and glamour of 1900s Sweden.
But their world is turned upside down when their widowed mother remarries the iron-willed local bishop.
As creative freedom and rigid orthodoxy clash, a war ensues between imagination and austerity in this magical study of childhood, family and love.
Legendary film-maker Ingmar Bergman's 1982 masterpiece Fanny & Alexander was adapted for the stage by Stephen Beresford.
It premiered at The Old Vic, London, in 2018, in a production starring Penelope Wilton and directed by Old Vic Associate Director Max Webster.
Stephen Beresford is the BAFTA award-winning screenwriter of Pride.
His other plays include The Last of the Haussmans, which premiered at the National Theatre.