Rosmersholm
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★★★★★
The Guardian, Sunday Express, City AM

Book now for Ian Rickson's 'revelatory' (Daily Telegraph) production of Duncan Macmillan's 'terrific new version' (Metro) of Henrik Ibsen's gripping work of personal and political passion Rosmersholm, starring Tom Burke, Hayley Atwell and Giles Terera, playing for a strictly limited season - must end 20 July.

★★★★
'Hayley Atwell and Tom Burke smoulder in absorbing Ibsen revival' Evening Standard

An election looming. A country on the brink. A rabid press baying for blood. At the centre of the storm stands Rosmer's home, the grand house of an influential dynasty. This is where the future will be decided by John Rosmer - a man torn between the idealised hope of the future and the ghosts of his past.

★★★★
'A dazzling new adaptation' The Observer
★★★★★
'Breathtaking'
Guardian

★★★★
'Grippingly modern. A treat'
Daily Telegraph

★★★★
'Shockingly beautiful'
Whatsonstage

★★★★
'Mesmerising'
Evening Standard

★★★★
'Riveting'
Daily Mail

★★★★
'Nothing short of inspiring'
Metro

★★★★★
Guardian, Michael Billington
'Atwell and Burke are breathtaking in Ibsen masterpiece'

'Ian Rickson's breathtaking production does justice to its passion and politics, and boasts stellar performances from Hayley Atwell and Tom Burke'

'A production that sends you out into the night reeling under the impact of Ibsen's tantalising masterpiece'

★★★★★
Sunday Express, Michael Arditti
'Ian Rickson's meticulous revival'

★★★★★
City AM, Steve Hogarty
'A gripping revival of Ibsen's masterpiece political drama'

'An emotional and twisting story, brilliantly told in this new production'

'Ibsen's greatest thriller'

'Feels like it could have been written yesterday'

★★★★
Daily Telegraph, Dominic Cavendish
'Grippingly modern. A treat'

★★★★
The Times, Ann Treneman
'The politics are bang up to date'

'Atwell is riveting as Miss West. It is hard to take your eyes off her'

★★★★
Daily Express, Neil Norman
'Duncan Macmillan's revelatory new adaptation'

★★★★
Financial Times, Sarah Hemming
'Hayley Atwell stars in a glowing production of Rosmersholm'

★★★★
Daily Mail, Patrick Marmion
'Tom Burke is turning into one of our finest young actors'

'Packed with riveting performances'

★★★★
Mail on Sunday, Robert Gore-Langton
'A really passionate masterpiece about how we should live'

★★★★
Observer, Susannah Clapp
'Hayley Atwell excels in a dazzling new Ibsen adaptation'

'Atwell gives the performance of her life: without a touch of sentimentality she makes, with Macmillan's help, a woman who often seems merely manipulative into someone subtle, supple and troubled'

★★★★
Evening Standard, Henry Hitchings
'Hayley Atwell and Tom Burke smoulder in absorbing Ibsen revival'

'Despite being more than 130 years old, feels sharply up-to-date'

★★★★
Metro, John Nathan
'Ian Rickson's atmospheric production'

'The excellent Giles Terera'

'Atwell is nothing short of inspiring'

★★★★
Sunday Times, Quentin Letts
'Beautifully staged and acted... A fine revival, complete with a closing coup de theatre'

★★★★
Radio Times, Nick Wells
'A play for our times'
FURTHER CAST ANNOUNCED FOR ROSMERSHOLM (6 MARCH 2019)

Today producer Sonia Friedman Productions announced further casting for Henrik Ibsen's Rosmersholm, adapted by Duncan Macmillan (People, Places and Things, 1984) and directed by Ian Rickson (Jerusalem, The Birthday Party).

Giles Terera, who won an Olivier Award for his acclaimed performance in Hamilton (West End), Lucy Briers (Wolf Hall, West End/Broadway and The Seagull, Chichester Festival Theatre), Jake Fairbrother (Lady from the Sea, Donmar Warehouse and The Maids, HOME Manchester) and Peter Wight (The Birthday Party, West End and Hamlet, Almeida/ West End) will perform alongside the previously announced Tom Burke (Strike, BBC) and Hayley Atwell (Howard's End, BBC).

Set and costumes will be by Rae Smith, lighting by Neil Austin, music by Stephen Warbeck, sound by Gregory Clarke and casting by Amy Ball CDG.

"Now I see that love is selfish. It makes you a country of two. At war with the rest of the world."
An election looming. A country on the brink. A rabid press baying for blood. At the centre of the storm is Rosmersholm, the grand house of an influential dynasty. This is where the future will be decided by John Rosmer - a man torn between the idealised hope of the future and the ghosts of his past.

Rosmersholm will play at the Duke of York's Theatre from April 24th, with an opening night of May 2nd. The run will end on July 20th.



TOM BURKE & HAYLEY ATWELL STAR IN ROSMERSHOLM (7 FEBRUARY 2019)

Tom Burke and Hayley Atwell will star as John Rosmer and Rebecca West in Ian Rickson's new production of Rosmersholm, Ibsen's classic study of a country in political flux, in a new adaptation by Duncan Macmillan. Further casting will be announced soon.

Rosmersholm will play at the Duke of York's Theatre from 24 April 2019, with an opening night of 2 May. The run will end on 20 July. The production will also feature set and costumes by Rae Smith, lighting by Neil Austin, music by Stephen Warbeck, sound by Gregory Clarke and casting by Amy Ball CDG.

Rosmersholm is the tenth collaboration between Sonia Friedman Productions and director Ian Rickson following celebrated West End productions of Harold Pinter's The Birthday Party, Old Times and Betrayal, and Jez Butterworth's Jerusalem (West End and Broadway), The River (Broadway) and Mojo (West End). He also worked with SFP on productions of The Children's Hour (West End), Electra at the Old Vic and The Seagull on Broadway.

Duncan Macmillan is an award-winning writer and director who previously collaborated with Sonia Friedman Productions on the West End and Broadway run of 1984, which he co-adapted/co-directed with Robert Icke. His other plays include People Places and Things which enjoyed huge success in London and New York, Lungs, Every Brilliant Thing, 2071 (co-written with Chris Rapley), The Forbidden Zone and most recently City of Glass adapted from Paul Auster's novel.

The role of John Rosmer will be played by Tom Burke who was recently seen on the London stage in The Deep Blue Sea at the National Theatre and Reasons to Be Happy at Hampstead Theatre. He is best known for playing the lead role in Strike, the BBC television adaptation of the Cormoran Strike novels by JK Rowling, published under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith. Other notable television roles include Athos in the BBC series The Musketeers and Dolokhov in the BBC literary-adaptation miniseries War and Peace. His latest film, The Souvenir, premiered at this year's Sundance Festival.

Hayley Atwell will play the role of Rebecca West. A prolific actress across stage, TV and film, her most recent theatre work includes Measure for Measure at the Donmar, Dry Powder at Hampstead Theatre and The Pride at Trafalgar Studios. She won great acclaim for her performances in the BBC adaptations of Howards End and The Long Song last year. Widely known as Peggy Carter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and subsequent TV series Agent Carter, she also starred in The Duchess, Kenneth Branagh's Cinderella and most recently Christopher Robin. Her latest film Blinded by the Light, directed by Gurinder Chadha and based on the book by Sarfraz Manzoor, premiered at Sundance 2019.









Information
Type of production: Play

Opened: 24 April 2019

Booking until: 20 July 2019

Running time: 2 Hours 20 Mins

Prices: £20.00 - £165.00

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