The Alhambra Theatre
04 - 08 October 2016

Running Time: 2 hrs 55 mins

A Touring Consortium Theatre Company and Royal & Derngate Northamptonshire production.

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Book Tickets for A Tale of Two Cities

The Alhambra Theatre

  • Date
    Time
    Price
    Accessibility
  • Date Tue 04 Oct 2016
    Time7:30 pm
    Price £ 26.50 - £15.50*
  • Date Wed 05 Oct 2016
    Time2:00 pm
    Price £ 22.50 - £13.50*
  • Date
    Time7:30 pm
    Price £ 26.50 - £15.50*
    Captioned Captioned
  • Date Thu 06 Oct 2016
    Time7:30 pm
    Price £ 26.50 - £15.50*
  • Date Fri 07 Oct 2016
    Time7:30 pm
    Price £ 26.50 - £15.50*
  • Date Sat 08 Oct 2016
    Time2:30 pm
    Price £ 26.50 - £15.50*
    Audio Described Audio Described
  • Date
    Time7:30 pm
    Price £ 27.50 - £16.50*
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The Alhambra Theatre
Price£26.50- £15.50*
The Alhambra Theatre
Price£22.50- £13.50*
The Alhambra Theatre
Captioned
Price£26.50- £15.50*
The Alhambra Theatre
Price£26.50- £15.50*
The Alhambra Theatre
Price£26.50- £15.50*
The Alhambra Theatre
Audio Described
Price£26.50- £15.50*
The Alhambra Theatre
Price£27.50- £16.50*
Booking Fees:

*Prices inclusive of booking fees: Phone/Counter - £1 per ticket plus postage charge where applicable. Online - £1.50 per ticket plus £1 per transaction for postage. Please note, concessions may not be available on every performance.

More Information on A Tale of Two Cities

Dickens considered his novel, A Tale Of Two Cities the best story he had ever written.  Interweaving one family’s intensely personal drama with the terror and chaos of the French Revolution, it is an epic story of love, sacrifice and redemption amidst horrific violence and world changing events.

In an era of regime changes and citizen protest around the world, this bold new dramatic adaptation by Mike Poulton (Fortune’s Fool, Old Vic; Wolf Hall) set to rousing original music by Oscar- winning composer Rachel Portman (The Cider House Rules, Beloved) seems more relevant than ever.

“This is powerful, populist theatre”  Mark Lawson

 ★★★★  “A lean punchy adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic tale of revolutionary France"  The Daily Telegraph

 ★★★★’“assured, and highly watchable”  The Independent

 ★★★★ “the dynamism of James Dacre's staging”  The Guardian

 ★★★★ “splendid production,” directed by James Dacre.”  The Observer

Recommended age 12+

Post Show Q & A

Thursday 6 October

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