Nicholas Hytner’s production of Richard Bean’s Great Britain to transfer to the Theatre Royal Haymarket
Sunday, March 2nd, 2014
We are pleased to announce that Nicholas Hytner’s production of Richard Bean’s Great Britain will transfer to the Theatre Royal Haymarket following its National Theatre run.
Performances will begin on the 10th September 2014.
Public booking will open this Friday, 4th July, at 10am, for performances until the 10th January 2015
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What the critic’s say;
‘Laughter-making on an industrial scale.’ Independent
‘A timely look at the tangled relationship between the press, politicians and the police. It’s barbed and very funny.’ Evening Standard
‘Blessedly funny. Bracing topicality. Richard Bean doesn’t do things by halves.’ Guardian
‘Laughter-making on an industrial scale. The NT is on exhilarating and exemplary form.’ Independent
‘Terrific acting and slick direction. Bluntly entertaining comedy.’Telegraph
‘Astounding. The most detailed stage satire I have ever seen.’Financial Times
‘A good night for theatre, a bad night for red tops.’ Independent
‘Billie Piper does an excellent job.’Guardian
‘The laughs come thick and fast from the first minute.’ Libby Purves
Further announcements to follow.