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The Pride tickets – Utterly important and utterly unmissable -theatre at its best!
Now a modern masterpiece, The Pride tells the fascinating story of a love triangle that crosses the decades from the 1950s to 2008. We follow Philip, Sylvia and Oliver as they navigate the stormy waters of homosexual love and broken friendships. Two separate narratives collide in this play that looks at how different eras can affect the lives of men and women, especially when it comes to love. The shadows of the past can be seen in the present and the consequences of long-ago actions are never far from the surface in this beautifully detailed piece of drama.
You’ll be transported from a Noel Coward-inspired world of the 50s, full of quips, fast words and elegance, to a more considered and aware environment of the present day. What are the similarities? What are the differences? Questions are asked but left for you to answer.
This Olivier Award winning play has been called ‘A brave and rewarding drama that speaks to us all’ by The Guardian, and ‘A powerful, essential evening’ by The Daily Telegraph. Obviously the critics adore it, but with previous productions of The Pride being staged at The Royal Court theatre and on Broadway, audiences have lapped up the politically aware and culturally significant play too.
Book now and be moved, inspired and provoked by the painfully honest portrayal of life and love, that will raise your expectations of quality drama above and beyond. The Pride really is a tough act to follow!
Playing at Trafalgar Studios (One)
Age guidence 16+ , contains scenes of a violent and sexual nature.
This play contains scenes of a violent and sexual nature.
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Tue - 19:30
Wed - 19:30
Thu 14:30 19:30
Fri - 19:30
Sat 14:30 19:30
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