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NTLive: The Seagull (12A TBC)
Thu 3 Nov

NTLive: The Seagull (12A TBC)

5 DogpoleShrewsburySY1 1EN

Old Market Hall

Details Dates/Times & Buy Tickets
SOLD OUT | see encore @ Theatre Severn 7 December

ON SCREEN
AT THE OLD MARKET HALL
 
National Theatre Live 

THE SEAGULL

Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones) makes her West End debut in this 21st century retelling of Anton Chekhov's tale of love and loneliness. 
 
A young woman is desperate for fame and a way out. A young man is pining after the woman of his dreams. A successful writer longs for a sense of achievement. An actress wants to fight the changing of the times. In an isolated home in the countryside, dreams lie in tatters, hopes are dashed, and hearts broken. With nowhere left to turn, the only option is to turn on each other.
 
Following his critically acclaimed five-star production of Cyrano de Bergerac, Jamie Lloyd brings Anya Reiss' adaptation of Anton Chekhov's classic play to stage. Filmed live in London's West End with a cast including Tom Rhys Harries (White Lines), Daniel Monks (The Normal Heart), Sophie Wu (Fresh Meat) and Indira Varma (Game of Thrones).

7PM | £16 - £17 | 3h TBC
Thu 03 Nov7:00PM Book
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