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  • Alys, Always

    Open Run

  • A German Life

    Apr 6 - May 11, 2019

  • A Midsummer Night's Dream

    Jun 3 - Aug 31, 2019

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Alys, Always

Open Run

Harriet Lane's 2012 debut thriller is adapted into a new stage drama by Lucinda Coxon, premiering at London's brand-new theatre at Tower Bridge. As part of the Bridge Theatre's inaugural season directed by Nicholas Hytner, this world premiere drama debuts in 2019, will explore the dark side of London's literary scene, and the ambition that can spiral out of control. With casting yet to be confirmed, watch this space for further information.

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A German Life

April 6 - May 11, 2019

Maggie Smith returns to the stage after 12 years this April as she becomes Brunhilde Pomsel in Christopher Hampton's brand new play, A German Life. Secretary to the terrifying Nazi minister of propaganda, Joseph Goebbels, Brunhilde Pomsel is a key insight into how the Nazi party was run during the Second World War.

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A Midsummer Night's Dream

June 3 - August 31, 2019

From the mind of celebrated English theatre director Nicholas Hytner (One Man, Two Guvnors, The History Boys) comes The Bridge Theatre's fully immersive production of the Bard's rollicking comedy A Midsummer Night's Dream. Inviting theatregoers to sit right up close to the magic unfolding on stage, as well as luring a few intrepid explorers into the enchanted forest just outside of ancient Athens on foot, this fresh new take on the classic plunges the audience into a spellbinding story filled with feuding fairies, bumbling mechanicals, more than one case of mistaken identity and Shakespearean wit aplenty!

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One Tower Bridge, London SE1 2UP

This brand new 900 seat theatre represents the newest venue from Nicholas Hytner and Nick Starr. After an impressive tenure of 12 years at the National, the pair hopes that the Bridge Theatre will become one of the capital's beacons of new and innovative writing. The inaugural season opened in October 2017 with Rory Kinnear starring in Young Marx, a comedy about the famed thinker's early, less esteemed years.

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