|Maria Valeria d'Avino||Literary Translator, Italy|
|Paola Bono||Universita di Roma, Tre, Italy|
|Audun Engelstad||Høgskolen i Innlandet, Norway|
|Alessandro Fambrini||Universita di Trento, Italy|
|Fulvio Ferrari||Universita di Trento, Italy|
|Margareta Garpe||TV and theatre director, Sweden|
|Michela de Giorgio||Universita di Roma, Tre "Tor Vergata", Italy|
|Frode Helland||Universitetet i Oslo, Norway|
|Karin Hoff||Universität Bonn, Germany|
|Live Hov||Københavns Universitet, Denmark|
|Atle Kittang||Universitetet i Bergen, Norway|
|Unni Langås||Universitetet i Agder, Norway|
|Toril Moi||University of Columbia, US|
|Lutz Rühling||Christian-Albrechts-Univsersität zu Kiel, Germany|
|Helge Rønning||Universitetet i Oslo, Norway|
|Bia Sarasini||Journalist, DeA - Donne e Altri, Italy|
|Astrid Sæther||Universitetet i Oslo, Norway|
|Maria Vittoria Tessitore||Universita di Roma, Tre, Italy|
|Terje J Tveit||Theatre director, Ibsen Stage Company, UK|
|Lucio Villari||Universita di Roma, Tre, Italy|
|Vanna Zaccaro||Universita di Bari, Italy|
On 17 January 2006 Ibsen Stage Company's production of Little Eyolf opens the Ibsen anniversary, Ibsen Year 2006, at the Riverside Studios in London by invitation of the Royal Norwegian Embassy, UK. The premiere is introduced by Dame Vanessa Redgrave.
Complimenting the standard of work, Michael Billington in The Guardian calls for a more conventional and traditional staging of Ibsen’s drama. National critic Timothy Ramsden, however, praises the production as exciting, innovative and insightful along with a handful of other critics including Professor Laura Caretti of the University of Siena.
The production of Little Eyolf is complemented by weekly Ibsen talks given by two of Britain's leading Ibsen scholars, Professor Gunilla Anderman of the University of Surrey and Dr. Marie Wells of University College London. Ibsen Stage Company also hosts an Ibsen seminar chaired by Dr. Marie Wells. Speakers include Professor Laura Caretti of the University of Siena, Italy; Professor Frode Helland of the University of Oslo, Associate Professor Anne Marie Rekdal of the University of Volda, Norway; and Professor Janet Garton of the University of East Anglia.
The production of Little Eyolf is invited to guest-perform at Teatret Vårt in Molde, Norway, and also performs as part of the Ibsen celebrations in Ålesund the same year. Professor Laura Caretti reviews the production in Hystrio, one of Italy’s leading theatre publications.
In the autumn of 2006, Ibsen Stage Company's artistic director, Terje J Tveit, is invited to speak at the the International Ibsen Conference in Rome, Three-Dimensional Ibsen: Politics, Feminism and the Stage. The conference is opened by the Norwegian foreign secretary Jonas Gahr Støre.
Terje J Tveit presents his paper Ibsen and the Curse of the Corset in which he explicates and contextualises Ibsen Stage Company's non-naturlistic approach to Ibsen's work.