Patrick Hamilton’s 1947 novel, The Slaves of Solitude, was once described by literary critic David Lodge as 'one of the best novels about the second world war’. Now, Nicholas Wright’s adaptation for Hampstead Theatre looks set to impress again.
Starring the excellent Fenella Woolgar (Victoria and Abdul and War and Peace) and directed by Jonathan Kent (Good People), the play’s refreshing focus on a strong female lead makes it one to watch this autumn.
Booking is open now.
|What||The Slaves of Solitude, Hampstead Theatre|
|Where||Hampstead Theatre, Eton Avenue, Swiss Cottage, London, NW3 3EU | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Swiss Cottage (underground)|
20 Oct 17 – 25 Nov 17, Showings at 19:30, matinees on Wednesday at 14:30 and on Saturday at 15:00
|Website||Click here for more information and booking|