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  • The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

    Until Feb 2, 2020

  • John Gabriel Borkman

    Feb 11 - Apr 17, 2020

  • A Number

    Feb 14 - Mar 14, 2020

The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe Poster

The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

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Until February 2, 2020

The Bridge Theatre conjures up C.S Lewis' magical world in this critically acclaimed adaptation of his beloved children's novel from Sally Cookson, following sell-out success at Leeds Playhouse. A captivating and innovative production that uses ingenious stagecraft in the place of flashy effects to tell the story of four evacuee siblings that discover an enchanted realm at the back of a dusty old wardrobe and the epic adventure that awaits. A perfect ticket for all the family, let The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe capture your imaginations this winter!

John Gabriel Borkman Poster

John Gabriel Borkman

February 11 - April 17, 2020

The Bridge continues its 2020 season with the Father of Realism's penultimate masterpiece John Gabriel Borkman. Written in 1896, Ibsen's scorching exploration of rampant nineteenth century capitalism is rarely performed but all to relevant thanks to its portrayal of selfish ambition and the wrecking power of greed.

A Number Poster

A Number

February 14 - March 14, 2020

Roger Allam and Colin Morgan, both fresh from separate runs at the National Theatre, make their Bridge debuts as a father and son in Carol Churchill's unsettling examination of the ethics of artificial creation. First premiering in 2002 at the Royal Court, A Number introduces us to Salter, a father whose desperation and vanity led him to do something extraordinary to his own son - cloning him in the hopes he'll be able to right past wrongs as he raises the facsimile...

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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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