The Jungle - Playhouse Theatre

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Venue Information
Playhouse Theatre

Playhouse Theatre
Northumberland Avenue
London
London
WC2N 5DE

Seating Plan

Directions

Directions
(2mins) Follow Embankment Place right under the bridge; turn right onto Northumberland Avenue and you’ll see the theatre.

The Jungle

Important Info: Tuesday 7th August 7.30pm – Audio described Tuesday 14th August 7.30pm - Captioned performance The auditorium has been transformed into the world of the Afghan Café in the Calais Jungle. The Calais camp was largely organised by nationality, and the auditorium space has been designed to reflect this.’ Due to the nature of the performance space you may be asked to check bags and coats into our free cloakroom. No latecomers are permitted. If you leave your seat during the performance you may be prevented from readmission to the auditorium. Please note, this production contains the following: Smoke effects; Strobe/ flashing lights; Cigarette smoking; Strong language; Loud noises and gunshot sounds; Prolonged periods of darkness; Images which some may find disturbing.

The latest show headed to the Playhouse Theatre is one that is going to offer a unique experience for theatregoers as they become engrossed in the action and immersed into the sense of hope and community that defines the play, The Jungle.

Stephen Daldry and Justin Martin direct this play from Joe Murphy and Joe Robertson, which has already enchanted audiences at the Young Vic Theatre, and the result is going to be a show that everyone in town is talking about, as we take a trip to Calais and the migrant camp that housed people from many cultures.

The Jungle is an immersive theatre events (if you choose that ticket option), which sees the atmosphere of the Calais migrant camp come to life. The story chronicles the beginning of the camp to its demise and some wonderful performers have ensured that this is one of the most admired shows of the decade.

Reviewers and audiences relished in the show when it played at the Young Vic Theatre and its West End run will bring it to an even bigger audience. Your choice of location will affect the show, with three options of ticket – one in the so-called Afghan Café (the Stalls) and the other the Cliffs of Dover (the Dress Circle), alongside the standard Upper Circle. Those in the Afghan Café will be right in the heart of the action, with the performers amongst them and really transporting the audience across the Channel.

The show is co-directed by Stephen Daldry and Justin Martin and these are highly talented practitioners, ensuring that plenty of experience has been brought to the table. Daldry, for example, is a well known film and theatre director who has won numerous awards and even been nominated for an Academy Award. His credits include the films The Reader and Billy Elliot, numerous episodes of The Crown, as well as stage shows like A Number at the Royal Court Theatre and Machinal at the National Theatre in the 1990s.

And now he and Martin tackle this fantastic script from Joe Murphy and Joe Robertson as The Jungle runs at the West End’s Playhouse Theatre from Saturday 16th June 2018.

Show Information
Booking From: Thursday, 25th October 2018
Booking Until: Saturday, 3rd November 2018
Important Info: Tuesday 7th August 7.30pm – Audio described Tuesday 14th August 7.30pm - Captioned performance The auditorium has been transformed into the world of the Afghan Café in the Calais Jungle. The Calais camp was largely organised by nationality, and the auditorium space has been designed to reflect this.’ Due to the nature of the performance space you may be asked to check bags and coats into our free cloakroom. No latecomers are permitted. If you leave your seat during the performance you may be prevented from readmission to the auditorium. Please note, this production contains the following: Smoke effects; Strobe/ flashing lights; Cigarette smoking; Strong language; Loud noises and gunshot sounds; Prolonged periods of darkness; Images which some may find disturbing.
Show Schedule
Mon: 7.30pm
Tue: 7.30pm
Wed: 7.30pm
Thu: 2.30pm and 7.30pm
Fri: 7.30pm
Sat: 2.30pm and 7.30pm
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