All That Fall Tickets - Arts Theatre, London

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Venue Information
Arts Theatre

Arts Theatre
6-7 Great Newport Street

Seating Plan


(2mins) Take Cranbourn Street away from Leicester Square up to Great Newport Street on your left, where you can see the theatre.

All That Fall

The Arts Theatre has a busy year ahead and whilst the later months will bring shows like Murder Ballad with Kerry Ellis, April brings us All That Fall, a radio play from Samuel Beckett that is uniquely adapted to the stage.

But its legacy as a radio production lives on as audience members experience the story without the use of their eyes, allowing the cast to create the world through sound and dialogue.

So All That Fall offers a blindfolded trip to the theatre with performers like Adrian Dunbar bringing to the story to life. The full cast includes Ciaran McIntyre, Frank Laverty, Tara Flynn and Brid Brennan, with Gary Lilburn for select performances in April.

Samuel Beckett’s All That Fall follows the character of Maddy Rooney, an elderly woman who is soon to meet her blind husband as he arrives for his birthday. As she travels to meet him in the countryside it is clear that this will be a night to remember as a range of people from different persuasions cross her path and she is faced with an unusual event.

Performer Adrian Dunbar appears on the stage of the Arts Theatre having made numerous appearances on the stage across the UK, from London to Northern Ireland. On television his work has included Ashes To Ashes and his film credits include Richard III but audiences headed to the West End will be more concerned with his stage credits that include performances at the Royal Court Theatre and for the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Now he heads to the Arts Theatre for All That Fall, which begins performances on Wednesday 13th April 2016.

Show Information
Booking From: Saturday, 14th May 2016
Booking Until: Saturday, 14th May 2016
Show Status: This production is closed
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