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ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN EXTENDS BY ONE WEEK (29 MARCH 2017)

Due to popular demand, The Old Vic has announced that Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead will extend by one week until Saturday 6 May. Tickets are now on sale.

The 50th anniversary production stars Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire in the title roles, along with David Haig as the Player. It's directed by David Leveaux and designed by Anna Fleischle. It had originally been due to finish a week earlier, having opened on 7 March.

In addition to the extra week of performances, The Old Vic has confirmed two Voices Off events in connection with Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead. Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire will be in conversation on stage on Tuesday 2 May and The Old Vic hosts The School of Life: How to Face Death on 29 April, a workshop on death and how we might think about this complex topic without experiencing it for ourselves.

As previously announced Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead will also be broadcast live from The Old Vic to cinemas around the UK on 20 April 2017 as part of NT Live.


Musicals Opening
7 April 2017 - Carousel
10 April 2017 - The Braille Legacy
16 May 2017 - Judy
19 May 2017 - On The Town
23 May 2017 - Annie
5 June 2017 - Bat Out Of Hell
17 June 2017 - Wind In The Willows
17 June 2017 - Lady Day At Emersons Bar And Grill
12 July 2017 - Girl From the North Country
11 August 2017 - Jesus Christ Superstar
28 September 2017 - Young Frankenstein
9 December 2017 - Dick Whittington
Plays & Comedies Opening
3 April 2017 - The Philanthropist
11 April 2017 - Angels in America Part 1
22 April 2017 - Romeo and Juliet
24 April 2017 - Sara Pascoe - Animal
24 April 2017 - Angels in America Part 2
2 May 2017 - Nell Gwynn
2 May 2017 - Salome
3 May 2017 - Brodsky-Baryshnikov
9 May 2017 - Our Ladies Of Perpetual Succour
11 May 2017 - Love In Idleness
18 May 2017 - Twelfth Night - Globe
30 May 2017 - Sand in The Sandwiches
6 June 2017 - Tape Face
8 June 2017 - The Kite Runner
13 June 2017 - Tristan And Yseult
20 June 2017 - The Ferryman
5 July 2017 - What The Ladybird Heard
7 July 2017 - A Tale Of Two Cities
30 May 2017 - Common
13 July 2017 - Cat On A Hot Tin Roof
14 July 2017 - Much Ado About Nothing - Globe
17 July 2017 - Oliver Twist created for everyone aged 6 and over
25 July 2017 - Gangsta Granny
4 August 2017 - Horrible Histories - Best of Barmy Britain
10 August 2017 - King Lear
8 September 2017 - Boudica
15 October 2017 - Dr Seuss The Lorax