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 En Folkefiende

(An Enemy of the People)

by Henrik Ibsen

adapted by Brad Birch

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Next Production:


 by Adrian Buckle


17, 18, 23, 24, 25 February, 2, 3, 4 March 2018

Spazju Kreattiv,

St James Cavalier,

Castille Place,



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directed by Dave Barton

starring Jeffrey Kieviet, Bryan Jennings, Whitney Ellis, Ashley Allen.

Spazju Kreattiv Main Theatre,

St James Cavalier.

17, 18, 23, 24, 25 February, 2, 3, 4 March 2018



Is our secret safe tonight?

And are we out of sight?
Or will our world come tumbling down?

Will they find our hiding place?
Is this our last embrace?
Or will the walls start caving in?


Set in a dystopian future under siege, the streets are chaotic and violent, with armed soldiers raping and killing at whim. A young woman named Greta, lives together with her damaged boyfriend Robbie.  Robbie is not allowed outside for the sake of his safety. The lovers have created a bullet-proof bubble around themselves, full of stories and fairy tales, oblivious to the trouble outside . . . until Stella comes to visit.  Then Greta and Robbie’s world is turned upside down.

Supported by the Malta Arts Fund.

Warning:  Rated 18.  Nudity and scenes of a sexual nature.


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En Folkefiende (An Enemy of the People)

by Henrik Ibsen

adapted by Brad Birch


9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18 March 2018


BLUE BOX, M Space,

Oscar Zammit Street •

MSD 2918 • Msida 


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Direction: Toni Attard

Cast: Mikhail Basmadjian, Anthony Ellul, Simone Spiteri, Antonella Axisa, Victor Debono, Philip Leone Ganado, André Agius, Raquel Theuma

Venue: Blue Box at M Space

Dates: 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18 March 2018



You don't want to go to war on this, Tom. I mean, not now. Not after everything. You don't want to lose more than you can afford.

Brad Birch (Pinter Commission winner, 2016) takes Ibsen's An Enemy of the People into the centre of a very modern scandal. How does Tom Stockmann keep both people and press on side when he makes a discovery about the town's prestigious new Spa?

A taut and rigorous adaptation of Ibsen's classic play, En Folkfiende examines the faultlines of municipal power as media, politics and the public good come head to head in a thrilling drama of the conflict between the personal and the public. 

EN FOLKEFIENDE was first commissioned and produced by the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama. The first performance was at the Caird Studio, RWCMD in June 2016.