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From the imagination of Neil Gaiman, best-selling author of Good Omens, Coraline and The Sandman, the National Theatre’s smash-hit production The Ocean at the End of the Lane returns to the West End this October for seven weeks only. Garnering more than 60 five-star reviews, this spectacular and thrilling theatrical event is a tour de force of magic and storytelling. Adapted by Joel Horwood and directed by Katy Rudd, The Ocean at the End of the Lane takes audiences on an epic journey to a childhood once forgotten.Returning to his childhood home, a man finds himself standing beside the pond of the old Sussex farmhouse where he used to play. He’s transported to his 12th birthday when his friend Lettie claimed it wasn’t a pond, but an ocean… Plunged into a magical world, their survival depends on their ability to reckon with ancient forces that threaten to destroy everything around them.Book now at www.delfontmackintosh.co.uk/whats-on/the-ocean-at-the-end-of-the-lane
Age recommendation: 12+Please note: This production contains the following physical effects; high intensity lighting and strobe, haze and smoke, pyrotechnics, loud sound, and blackouts. The production contains moments that some people may find frightening, including references to death. We always recommend individual discretion alongside the age guidance. For more information, click here.Everyone, regardless of age, must have their own ticket to enter the theatre. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by and sat next to a ticketholder who is at least 18 years old. Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted. Latecomers may not be admitted until a suitable break but we cannot guarantee admittance into the performance.
Academy Award®, Tony Award® and Golden Globe winner Sam Mendes (The Lehman Trilogy) directs this startling production based on the making of Richard Burton and John Gielgud’s Hamlet on Broadway. Celebrated as ‘a love letter to theatre’ (Evening Standard), the fierce and funny new play by Jack Thorne (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child) offers a glimpse into the politics of a rehearsal room and the relationship between art and celebrity. Richard Burton, newly married to Elizabeth Taylor, plays the title role in an experimental new production of Hamlet under John Gielgud’s exacting direction. But as rehearsals progress, two ages of theatre collide and the collaboration between actor and director soon threatens to unravel. Don’t miss Johnny Flynn, Mark Gatiss and Tuppence Middleton as Burton, Gielgud and Taylor.Book now at www.delfontmackintosh.co.uk/whats-on/the-motive-and-the-cue
Age recommendation: 12+Please note: This production contains strong language and adult themes, with some bright lighting.Everyone, regardless of age, must have their own ticket to enter the theatre. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by and sat next to a ticketholder who is at least 18 years old. Children under the age of 5 will not be admitted. Latecomers may not be admitted until a suitable break but we cannot guarantee admittance into the performance.
Charing Cross (approx. 200m) and Leicester Square (approx. 100m)
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There are three licensed bars; The Noëls Bar in the Stalls area, the Lionels Bar in the Royal Circle/Stalls level and the Albery bar in the Grand Circle level.
For detailed access information please visit the theatre's access page: www.delfontmackintosh.co.uk/theatres/noel-coward-theatre/access.php
The Noël Coward Theatre is a West End theatre located on St. Martin's Lane, in London. The venue, formerly known as The Albery Theatre, underwent major refurbishment in 2006, and reopened as the Noël Coward Theatre in recognition of the prolific playwright of the same name. Its main auditorium has a capacity of 872 seats, split over four levels.The theatre is a Grade II listed building that is rich with theatre history. It was designed by the famous theatre architect W. G. R. Sprague and features a classically styled exterior and elaborative interior decoration influenced by the Rococo style. In its early years, the venue (then known as the New Theatre) hosted Noël Coward’s first ever West End production, I’ll Leave It To You, in 1920.The venue then went on to present the most commercially successful production of John Gielgud’s career, the famous actor performing as Richard in Richard Of Bordeaux. It also hosted the longest run of Lionel Bart’s internationally renowned Oliver!, with a staggering 2,618 performances! In recent years, it has been home to the Broadway hit transfer of the musical Avenue Q.The Noël Coward Theatre continues to host some of the most successful shows in the West End.
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