Jerusalem Reviews - Apollo Theatre

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Venue Information
Apollo Theatre

Apollo Theatre
31 Shaftesbury Avenue

Seating Plan


The Apollo Theatre is situated on Shaftesbury Avenue in the West End of London, close to Piccadilly Circus tube station.

Show Information
Booking From: Saturday, 8th October 2011
Booking Until: Saturday, 14th January 2012
Matinees: Wednesday and Saturday 1.30pm
Evenings: Monday to Saturday 7.30pm
Show Status: production_closed
Review Summary
Average Rating: 5 out of 5 stars based on 4 review(s)


Latest Review: "Life affirming stuff.  Mark Rylance's peformance is unnervingly good and, in the e..."

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    Friday, 23rd Sep 2011 by Tim FC

Life affirming stuff.  Mark Rylance's peformance is unnervingly good and, in the end, hugely moving.  Theatre can be very good or very bad.  Rarely in the middle.  Jerusalem has seared itself on my mind, after two visits during the Broadway run, as what theatre truly can be.  Broad comedy slides to darker comedy slides to personal tragedy sliding to a real, sad sense of what's being lost to us, as a nation.  Wonderful!

    Monday, 19th Sep 2011 by Monica

I saw this amazing play on Broadway 5 times too few and considered quitting my job and working as an usher just to breath the same air as Mr. Rylance. His artistry is like nothing I have ever seen or heard before and he lives among the greatest artists of any medium that has ever lived. It would be unwise to miss it.

    Wednesday, 17th Aug 2011 by maureen goldthorpe

Quite simply, "Jerusalem" features the most incredible stage performance I have ever witnessed - it's a theatre experience like no other....What a total privilige to observe Mark Rylance - one of the greatest actors in history. Period.

This isn't mere "acting" - Rylance transcends acting - it is as if he is channelling a real-life Rooster.

Stunnning, stunning theatre at it's absolute peak...It simply does not get better than this....  

    Sunday, 14th Aug 2011 by Samuel Kay

Saw it in May in NYC & still think about features Mark Rylance in one of the most stupefyingly great performances of our lifetime..attended by a supporting cast that are all top shelf..i won't bore you with plot but its a wonderful story for our time & maybe a lot more meaningful now than when it first opened..nevertheless, a performance by Mr. Rylance that should not be missed by any serious theatergoer...

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