The Hampstead Theatre welcomes the new play by Mike Bartlett, a show that sees the main character the target of the US government, whose life turns upside down because he dared to upset the system.
A show that will be as funny as it is horrifying, Wild will take audiences on a journey from the normal run-of-the-mill life to the life of someone on the run and through it we will find a memorable and challenging story.
James MacDonald directs the show, following up his numerous forays in directing here at the Hampstead Theatre. But with a script from Michael Bartlett, this is certain to be an interesting and stand-out example of his work.
So the story follows the character of Andrew, who is hiding in Russia as a fugitive of the American government, leaving behind a normal life that suddenly seems so far in the past.
Mike Bartlett is a playwright whose work has spanned both the stage and screen and audiences will be very familiar with his work when they head to the Hampstead Theatre, from the recent West End hit Charles III at the Wyndham’s theatre to Game at the Almeida Theatre, he has made a lasting impression.
And now he brings Wild to the Hampstead Theatre, a production that will capture imaginations when it runs at the North London venue from June 2016.
|Booking From:||Thursday, 21st July 2016|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 23rd July 2016|
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