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Four Quartets

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Ralph Fiennes directs and stars in a world premiere adaptation of T.S. Eliot’s Four Quartets to welcome audiences back to live theatre.

Compelling, moving and symphonic, Four Quartets was the culminating achievement of his career as a poet, offering four interwoven meditations on the nature of time, faith, and the quest for spiritual enlightenment.  Mostly written before WWII when the closure of playhouses during the Blitz interrupted Eliot’s work in theatre, the Four Quartets (Burnt Norton, East Coker, The Dry Salvages and Little Gidding), contain some of the most exquisite and unforgettable reflections upon surviving periods of national crisis.

Ralph Fiennes’ distinguished stage work is matched by performances in some of the greatest films of our time, including Schindler’s List; The English Patient; The Grand Budapest Hotel; The Constant Gardner; Skyfall; In Bruges; The Dig and The Harry Potter series. The winner of a Tony Award for playing Hamlet, he has performed many of theatre’s most iconic roles, with recent credits including Anthony and Cleopatra (National Theatre), Richard III (Almeida) and The Master Builder (Old Vic).

He is joined by a remarkable creative team including Hildegard Bechtler (Designer) who won an Olivier Award for After the Dance at the National Theatre; Tim Lutkin (Lighting), winner of an Olivier Award for Chimerica and Christopher Shutt (Sound), winner of a Tony Award for War Horse.

 

 Covid Secure Measures

Please note, this event is currently being sold to a socially distanced seating plan and capacity. Subject to government advice and guidelines this capacity may increase from 21 June 2021.  Please be assured that the safety of our audiences and staff is of the utmost importance to us and we continue to follow the safety and hygiene measures set out by the government in its guidance for performing arts. For further information, please see our Covid Secure Measures.

Duration: 1 hour 15mins with no interval

  • Mon 14 Jun 7:30 PM £45.00/£42.50/£29.00/£10.00
  • Tue 15 Jun 7:30 PM £45.00/£42.50/£29.00/£10.00
  • Wed 16 Jun 7:30 PM £45.00/£42.50/£29.00/£10.00
  • Thu 17 Jun 7:30 PM £45.00/£42.50/£29.00/£10.00
  • Fri 18 Jun 8:00 PM £47.00/£44.50/£29.00/£10.00
  • Sat 19 Jun 7:30 PM £47.00/£44.50/£29.00/£10.00
  • Mon 21 Jun 7:30 PM £45.00/£42.50/£29.00/£10.00
  • Tue 22 Jun 7:30 PM £45.00/£42.50/£29.00/£10.00
  • Wed 23 Jun 7:30 PM £45.00/£42.50/£29.00/£10.00
  • Thu 24 Jun 7:30 PM £45.00/£42.50/£29.00/£10.00
  • Fri 25 Jun 8:00 PM £47.00/£44.50/£29.00/£10.00
  • Sat 26 Jun 7:30 PM £47.00/£44.50/£29.00/£10.00

Enjoy & Full Circle Members

50% off on Mon 14th and Mon 21st June (max. 2 tickets discounted, excludes £10 tickets)

Book Tickets

  • Mon 14 June 7:30 PM
  • Tue 15 June 7:30 PM
  • Wed 16 June 7:30 PM
  • Thu 17 June 7:30 PM
  • Fri 18 June 8:00 PM
  • Sat 19 June 7:30 PM
  • Mon 21 June 7:30 PM

Age Guideline 14+

 

Important information

Customers will be allocated staggered arrival times in the following order:

7.30pm shows

6:45pm – 7pm: Stalls Rows AA – E & Circle Rows A – C

7pm – 7:15pm: Stalls Rows F – M & Circle Rows D – G

7:15pm – 7:30pm: Stalls Rows N – W

Please note, wheelchair users (situated in Row T) will be taken into the auditorium
from approximately 7.25pm

 

8pm shows

7:15pm – 7:30pm: Stalls Rows AA – E & Circle Rows A – C

7:30pm – 7:45pm: Stalls Rows F – M & Circle Rows D – G

7:45pm – 8pm: Stalls Rows N – W

Please note, wheelchair users (situated in Row T) will be taken into the auditorium
from approximately 7.55pm

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