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Anthony Burgess’s A CLOCKWORK ORANGE

50 years after the publication of Burgess’s disturbing little masterpiece, its portrait of a corrupt state, a bankrupt civil society, and a populace in fear of feral youth seems urgently familiar. In a nation like this, how should young people behave? There is, at least, much pleasure to be had in violence, drugs and debauchery.
Volcano’s exuberant production stays true to Burgess’s original in its cut-throat inventiveness and in asking whether it is better to be forced to be good, or to be free to do evil. What’s it going to be then, eh?

“Volcano’s startling version is viciously sharp. Bleak yet funny, horrific and uncomfortably attractive.” The Guardian

A Radical Classic™ from Volcano Theatre Company

Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England

Volcano is a Revenue Funded Organisation of the Arts Council of Wales

Performance Times: 7.30pm (matinee 2.30pm)

Tickets: £18 (£12 concessions)

Matinees 2.30pm Saturday 24, 31 March; 7 14, 21 April

Midweek matinees – Wednesday 28 March and 18 April at 4pm – all tickets £12

£12 Opening Performances 21, 22, 23, 24 March

Pay What You Can Tuesdays (tickets in person from 6.30pm – limited and subject to availability)


Paul Coldrick
Kyle Edward-Hubbard
Alex Moran
Mairi Phillips
Billy Rayner


Anthony Burgess

Directed by

Paul Davies

Movement by

Catherine Bennett

Design by

Gudny Sigurdar

Film by

Mariko Montpetit

Music by

Simon Thorne


Jack Ramplin

A production by Volcano .

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