Forkbeard: A Viking Musical Odyssey
In the year 999 AD, Forkbeard and Olav, two powerful Viking chieftains, are locked in a deadly struggle for control of the hearts and minds of their Viking people, as they are pushed to a fatal confrontation by two ambitious women who love them. Based on true events of 1000 AD, a story to wrench your heart and leave you breathless. Book, Music and Lyrics by Nancy P. Jenster.
Directed by Karam Tabba
Press Night 16/3/2020 only performance, due to CoVid Lockdown on 17/3/2020
The Vikings will be back on stage in 2023
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