Deserved transfer next Spring for Stef Smith's reimagining bringing us a trio of Noras throughout the ages and her men. Caught it during its recent run in Glasgow and was captivated by both its cleverness and artistry, especially from the actors.
Lovely that Kwame is bringing it to the same Hattie Morahan's brilliant Nora won our hearts a few years ago.
Hugely flexible space, both the stage and the seating can do the hokey cokey. For Salesman (similar to this layout), some of the front row was £10 but I think that was becasue the cast (the boys) ran along there. It'll be decent where ever you choose.
I booked a £10 ticket on the front row this morning. I was wondering if there was some kind of catch, like under 30s or something as it seemed weird that they hadn't been bought straight away.
I noticed the same thing. Second row is £10 for under 25s. A majority of the front row for dates does seem to have gone though so I don't think theres a catch. I was just concerned the stage might be higher than normal or these seats were restricted/less comfortable etc. I suppose if its just the front row, its the Young Vics way of making theatre more accessible which is always a great thing.