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Described as a mesmerizing piece of theatrical magic, Katy Rudd and Joel Horwood's adaptation of Neil Gaiman's 2013 novel returns to the West End to cast its spell over the Noel Coward Theatre this autumn. A fantastical adventure that follows two young friends as they set out to defeat nefarious supernatural forces, it's Gaiman on fine form, brought to life by breathtaking effects, puppetry and more!
What is the story?
When our hero returns to his childhood home for a funeral, he is suddenly overcome by the vivid memories of a spring over 40 years before. At that time, he had a best friend, Lettie Hempstock, who claimed the duck pond behind her house was actually a vast ocean. Diving headlong into his past, our hero confronts the true nature of Lettie and her unusual family, and the epic battle they waged against unsettling magic they faced together so long ago.
Please note: This production contains scenes that some people may find distressing and strobe lighting.
Opening night: 11 October 2023
Two hours and 20 minutes including interval
You may be required to wear a mask during this performance. Please contact the venue directly for more information.
Based on the Novel by Neil Gaiman
Adapted by Joel Horwood
Directed by Katy Rudd
Design by Fly Davis
Costume and puppetry design by Samuel Wyver
Movement direction by Stephen Hoggett
Composition by Jherek Bischoff,
Lighting design by Paule Constable
Puppetry direction Finn Caldwell
Sound design by Ian Dickinson for Autograph
Magic and illusions direction and design by Jamie Harrison
Best Actress in a Supporting Role - Josie Walker
Best Lighting Design
Best New Play
SINGULAR Jaw-dropping supernatural
An Ocean of Emotion at the End of Gaiman's Lane
A boy, his newfound friend, and a hefty dose of magic and horror. On the surface that may be all that the show seems to be, but Ocean at the End of the Lane has such unfathomable depths that it will leave even the most stout-hearted of us emotional.Read full review
6 reviews, average rating: (3.5 Stars)
I booked tickets for my partner as I didn't expect it to be my thing but... more
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