Today is Thu, 23 September 2021
What is Pride and Prejudice*(*sort of)? You might have seen these young women, emptying the chamber pots and sweeping ash from the grate, but they have a story to tell. Drawing on over two-hundred years of romantic pop history, Pride and Prejudice*(*sort of) is an adaptation like no other. The overlooked and the undervalued are making sure those above stairs find their happy ending, but tonight, the servants are playing every part.
The History of Pride and Prejudice*(*sort of)First seen at the Tron Theatre, Glasgow in 2018, Isobel McArthur's acclaimed Pride and Prejudice*(*sort of) was first produced by theatre company Blood of the Young and toured the UK in 2019, produced by the two companies and the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh, with co-producers Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Bristol Old Vic, Leeds Playhouse, Northern Stage, Nuffield Theatres Southampton and Oxford Playhouse.
The Pride and Prejudice*(*sort of) cast
The cast of the original Tron Theatre production will be reunited. Writer and director Isobel McArthur will once again play Darcy and Mrs Bennet, with Tori Burgess as Mr Collins, Christina Gordon as Lady Catherine de Bourgh and Jane, Hannah Jarrett-Scott as Charlotte and Charles Bingley and Meghan Tyleras Lizzie Bennet.
The Pride and Prejudice*(*sort of) creative team
Pride and Prejudice*(*sort of) will be directed by Isobel McArthur and Simon Harvey, with comedy staging by Jos Houben, design by Ana Inés Jabares-Pita, lighting by Colin Grenfell, musical supervision by Michael John McCarthy, sound design by Michael John McCarthy and Luke Swaffield for Autograph and choreography by Emily-Jane Boyle.
Tickets for Pride and Prejudice*(*sort of) will be in high demand!
This accalimed prodcution is bound to be a hit and tickets for its West End run are set to sell quickly! Book your Pride and Prejudice*(*sort of) tickets now and secure your seats at the best prices.
Pride and Prejudice* (*Sort Of) starts previews in the West End
Published On Thu, 9 September 2021
Access description: Main entrance up a 15cm step from the pavement, through swing doors. All staircases have handrails on both sides and steps are highlighted. From the foyer there are 25 steps down and then 6 up to the Upper Circle; 32 steps down to the Dress Circle (1 step between rows); 51 steps donw to the Stalls.
Sound Amplification: Loop system available in all parts of the auditorium.
Guide Dogs: Guide dogs are allowed into the auditorium. Staff are available to dog sit for 2 dogs per performance in the theatre manager’s office.
Disabled Access: Wheelchair/scooter users should inform the Box Office in advance and come to the entrance in Jermyn Street, to the left of the stage door. There is a slight slope with handrails on both sides to the back of the Upper Circle. 2 spaces for wheelchair users next to C20. You cannot see a small part of the stage. Scooter users can access the venue, but have to be transferred. Transfer seating is available for wheelchair users and 1 scooter to aisle seats in Upper and Dress Circles. Each wheelchair user must bring a non-disabled companion.
Toilets: Men’s and women’s at Dress Circle and Stalls.
Disabled Toilets: Adapted toilet on your right on the way to the Upper Circle from the Jermyn Street entrance