A love story, hundreds of years in the making comes to the Garrick Theatre this November for a strictly limited season!
Golden Globe winner Emma Corrin leads an ensemble company in Neil Bartlett’s joyous new adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s visionary masterpiece, directed by Tony and Olivier winner Michael Grandage.
In the court of Queen Elizabeth I, the young nobleman Orlando begins his search for identity as he embarks on one of the greatest adventures in all of literature. Travelling through time and place he is catapulted into the court of King James, falls in love with a Russian princess, witnesses London freeze over and wakes up under the blazing sun of Constantinople transformed into a young woman. She continues her journey up to the present day in search of happiness, self-knowledge and the courage to answer one fundamental question… WHO AM I?
Olivier Award winner Deborah Findlay joins Emma Corrin and a company of nine actors in a spectacular romp through four centuries of gender-defining history to bring Virginia Woolf’s epic story to life.
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Prices include a £1.50 restoration levy.
Please note, latecomers will not be admitted and there is no readmission if you leave the theatre during the performance.