It might depend on one of two things, does Juliet Stephenson have good friends there, or is within a 30-min Uber of Islington at 11pm ..
It really should end up on one of those digital platforms .. NT/BBC Live
Mary Stuart did a few dates at the Lowry so it may happen - so saying, from what I've read about it, I don't think the rather Islingtonny identity politics theme would resonate as strongly with a more socially/class diverse Northern audience.
I was intersting before but now with Jamie Parker in it i just must see
Date i am intersting it decent Stalls seat are 92💷 and 65 one back on stalls Left
(With vertigo just probably will not feel comfortably in upper c When cheap Ticket are and ( all air company from my city recently rise ✈️ Ticket price to uk (wonder "brexit" why) so almost 100💷 on theather is off The table )
Missed that this was on at Richmond (despite being in the title) and only twigged when visiting the establishment for tonight’s astronomical lecture by the raconteur Count Arthur Strong.
Loved the play at the Almeida and didn’t really look into it too much as wasn’t prepared to pay West End prices to see it again, out of curiosity looked at availability at Richmond and was unable to resist a front row ticket for £25 for the Friday night.