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Love Letters

Until June 13, 2021

Martin Shaw and Jenny Seagrove are perfectly cast for this agreeably wry game of theatrical tennis

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Why See Love Letters?


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Martin Shaw and Jenny Seagrove are set to star in this charming, critically acclaimed production of A.R. Gurney's Love Letters. Transferring from Windsor's Theatre Royal, where both Shaw and Seagrove received exceptional praise from both press and audiences alike, the production is directed by Roy Marsden, who might ring a bell as the detective Adam Dalgliesh in the 80's adaptation of PD James' novels - a role rebooted by Shaw in 2003!

Beginning life as an epistolary novel in 1988, Gurney's bittersweet two-hander soon went onto find Broadway success and attracted stars such as Elizabeth Taylor and Charlton Heston to the stage. A story spanning half a century, Love Letters is the account of a pair of childhood sweethearts, who via their heartfelt letters, speak of their divergent lives. With our lives being more separated than ever, this tale of connection is sure to feel extra poignant this year.

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Opening night: 19 May 2020

Run time

One hour, 50 minutes

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Safety measures will be in place at this venue during all performances including etickets and household seating

Cast and Creative


Martin Shaw
Jenny Seagrove


Directed by Roy Marsden
Written by A.R. Gurney

Next available performances

Wed, May 19

Thu, May 20

Fri, May 21


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