Theatre, Fringe

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Nobel Prize winner Knut Hamsun’s novel was published in Norway in 1890 and based on his own experiences of living in poverty. But it sounds like it’ll still resonate plenty today: 'Hunger' is a story of a young man who moves to the big city with dreams of becoming a writer, only to find that in an unforgiving metropolis, friends are scarce and jobs are even scarcer. Amanda Lomas delivers a fast-paced new adaptation, directed by Peter Hall Fellowship winner Fay Lomas. 


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