Michael Grandage directs Emma Corrin in Neil Bartlett’s "poetic reimagining" (City AM) of Virginia Woolf’s modern masterpiece - Orlando.
Born in the reign of Elizabeth I, our hero-heroine Orlando journeys through five centuries in this "rompish wild-goose chase through time, place and gender" (Guardian) to just one question; how do any of us find the courage to truly be ourselves?
Leading an eleven-strong company in a bold new staging, Olivier Award nominee Emma Corrin returns to London's West End in one of the most surprising stories in the English language. An inspiring vision of all bodies having equal rights to love.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘Emma Corrin is glorious’ – Guardian
⭐⭐⭐⭐ 'Pure star quality’ - Daily Telegraph
2 Charing Cross Rd, Charing Cross, London WC2H 0HH
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Gillian Lynne Theatre, Drury Lane
Dec 4, 2022
We were totally absorbed from start to finish. 90mins went by in flash but we journeyed with the cast through so much. Clever, funny, heavy hitting and brilliantly acted.
Nov 29, 2022
This was a great adaptation of a complex and seminal book. Staging was bold. Performances strong. Music and direction were clear, humours and confident. The Virginia Greek chorus was genius. Loved it.