Audiences finally have the chance to experience David Lindsay-Abaire’s classic play Rabbit Hole as the celebrated 2006 story lands on the stage of the Hampstead Theatre in North London.
The show boasts a director in Edward Hall, whilst a talented team brings the characters to the stage for the first time in the United Kingdom. It will be a unique opportunity to witness an award-winning American play on British soil and considering its widespread praise stateside nearly a decade ago it is clear that this is going to be a much talked-about show.
The story focuses on the characters of Becca and Howie Corbett, a happy couple enjoying family life and content with their world. But then everything changes, with a big loss turning their lives in a different direction. Now the perfect life starts to drift from them as their relationship fades. It is a compelling and often funny look at grief.
The story clearly resonated with audiences, with numerous Tony Award nominations and a Pulitzer Prize to its name, and it found fans across the United States. As such it is the perfect show to bring to London, where it will find new fans all over again.
And it will come as no surprise that is has ensured a lasting legacy for David Lindsay-Abaire, the playwright behind it all. Beyond Rabbit Hole he has also found success with other Broadway hits like Good People, which also earned Tony Awards and nominations. His other credits include Ripcord and Shrek The Musical, plus various films like Inkheart.
Joining a host of Broadway hits in London in 2016, like Hand To God at the Vaudeville Theatre, Rabbit Hole runs at the Hampstead Theatre from January.
|Booking From:||Friday, 4th March 2016|
|Booking Until:||Friday, 4th March 2016|
|Running Time:||2 hours 15 minutes|
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