On a sweltering Mississippi night, the lies are as stifling as the heat.
Maggie has fought up from poverty, only to find herself in a passionless, burning marriage. Her husband Brick, a former pro footballer, drinks to drown out the hurt he has bottled up inside. When the entire Pollitt family meet for Big Daddy’s 65th birthday, the claws are out.
As shattering truths threaten to spiral out of control, the family set out to protect themselves, and each other, from falling apart.
This bold new revival of Tennessee Williams’s lyrical Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece is a blazing portrayal of what it takes to survive in a society where we’re all desperate to feel free.
See what critics had to say, here:
“Executed with razor-sharp precision” Whatsonstage.com
“Completely riveting” The Stage
“An imaginative staging of Tennessee Williams’ classic” The Guardian
“Tense, unnerving and arresting” The Times
“An extraordinary cast… individually and collectively stunning” Good News Liverpool
About the production
Directed by Anthony Almeida, winner of the 2019 RTST Sir Peter Hall Director Award.
A co-production between English Touring Theatre, Leicester Curve and Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse.
Supported by a grant from Royal Theatrical Support Trust.
Approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes with an interval.
|Tue 26 - Sat 30 Oct 7.30pm, Sat 2.30pm||£29.50||£24.50||£19.50||£14.50|
|Wed 27 Oct 2.30pm||£24.50||£24.50||£19.50||£12.50|
|Access Membership||Companion seats 75% discount at all performances|
|Schools/Young People's Group 10+||All Seats Thu £14.50|
|Groups 10+||£3.00 off|
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|Signed Performance||Sat 30 Oct 2.30pm|
Please find the education pack attached here.