Three plays to book at the Bridge Theatre
Immersive Shakespeare and two literatry adaptations make for a stellar 2019 season at the Bridge Theatre.
Public booking opens on Friday 19 October.
American actor Laura Linney returns to reprise the lead role in My Name is Lucy Barton after an impressive three week premiere run in June 2018. Based on the best-selling book, it's a siloquy about loneliness with a 'simply stunning' performance by Linney.
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Lucinda Coxon, the writer behind 2015 film The Danish Girl, re-works Harriet Lane's gripping debut novel for a new show at the Bridge Theatre.
It tells the story of subeditor Frances, whose nondescript life working on the book pages of a Sunday newspaper is thrown into disarray when she drives past a car accident and tends to the gravely injured driver, Alys Kyte. Downton Abbey's Joanne Froggatt stars as Frances.Read more ...
It wouldn't be summer without a production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. 2019 brings an immersive take on Shakespeare's madcap comedy and Nicholas Hytner invites audiences into an enchanted forest at the Bridge Theatre.
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