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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

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TUE 12 - SAT 30 APR, 7PM
(no perfs Sundays, Mondays, Fri 22 or Fri 29)

WED 20 & SAT 30 APR 1.30PM
Post-show discussion Thu 15 April

A Northern Stage and Sheffield Theatres Co-production

"Erica Whyman's lethally funny and superbly nuanced revival"
***** The Telegraph

"Albee's marital ding dong, almost 50 years old now, still comes across as ferocious and entirely fresh in Erica Whyman's whip-smart revival."
**** The Times

"The play stands or falls on the performances of the principals, and here we have an exemplary cast."  British Theatre Guide


How far are you prepared to go to hurt the person you love most?

George and Martha are terrific company, magnificent sparring partners and cruel lovers.  So when they invite newlyweds Nick and Honey back for late-night drinks they’re on top form. But as the evening unfolds, the drinks flow faster, and the truth starts to come out, it soon becomes a night none of them will forget.

Set in the early 1960s, with all the stylish sex-appeal of Mad Men and the tension of a Hitchcock thriller, Albee’s explosive play is a ferociously funny and emotionally raw depiction of love and marriage.

Find rehearsal diaries, interviews, production shots and more at the microsite: www.whosafraid.co.uk

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 

L to R:  John Hopkins, Lorna Beckett, Sian Thomas and Jasper Britton.

PRE-SHOW DISCUSSION: Tues 26 Apr, 6pm
Benjamin Houston, Lecturer in 20th Century U.S. History at Newcastle University joins the creative team to discuss the context of the show.  Free to ticket holders.

PAGE TO STAGE: Thur 28 Apr, 10:30am
Discover how the play has been staged with director Erica Whyman. £2.50 or free to ticket holders.

Contains some strong language. Recommended 12+

Tickets: £19.50, £17.50, £15.50 and £6.
Students and Under 25s: £9
2 for 1 First Night

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Accessible Performances

Signed Performance  BSL Performance
 Wed 27 Apr, 7pm
Captioned Performance  Captioned Performance
 Thur 28 Apr, 7pm
Audio Described Performance  Audio Described  
 Sat 30 Apr, 1.30pm
Touch Tour  Touch Tour
 Sat 30 Apr, 12.30pm

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