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Enchanting icon of stage and screen, Ralph Fiennes is back in the capital as he stars and directs this world premiere production of Four Quartets, the final masterpiece by T.S Elliot.
A four-part reflection on some of life's most compelling concepts, including faith, time, and the quest for spiritual enlightenment, Elliot's work is symphonic in scope. Despite being created over 80 years ago, its core themes remain some of the most elusive and pondered today. A response, in part, to the closure of theatres, and the silencing of the arts during the Blitz, Four Quartets is also a portrait of a nation in crisis - an image relevant to us all.
Known as much for his work on celluloid as well as his theatrical work, Ralph (pronounced Rafe) Fiennes has carved a niche as one of the finest actors of his generation. Be it magical worlds or gruelling true to life tales, he brings a gravitas to every role. Don't miss your chance to see him live in what is sure to be an unforgettable experience.
Opening night: 18 November 2021
Written by T.S Elliot
Directed by Ralph Fiennes
Scenic design by Hildegard Bechtler
Lighting design by Tim Lutkin
Sound design by Christopher Shutt
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