Last chance to see Joe Egg + Peter Nichols: A Celebration at Trafalgar Studios
| By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
The British Library in collaboration with the widely praised revival of A Day in the Death of Joe Egg have formally announced a special one-off event to honour the works of the play's author, Peter Nichols. The late playwright sadly passed away at age 92 just two weeks before the premiere of the new Joe Egg staging. The British Library presents Peter Nichols: A Celebration will be held at London's Trafalgar Studios on Wednesday, 27 November at 3pm and will feature a reading of select best works by Peter Nichols.
Additional information about Peter Nichols: A Celebration at Trafalgar Studios
The special one-time event is directed by Nichols' grandson, George Nichols, and will feature special guest stars yet to be confirmed. Peter Nichols: A Celebration will take a closer look at many of Peter Nichols' works, including excerpts from such stage and TV plays of his as The National Health, Promenade, Poppy, and Forget-Me-Not-Lane, as well as passages from his rarely staged works and own personal diary entries courtesy of the British Library.
Peter Nichols: A Celebration is supported by the British Library Collections Trust. George Nicholas announced his delight in getting the chance to bring his grandfather's work to the London theatre stage for a whole new generation of theatregoers. The full archive and oral history of Peter Nichols is fully accessible to the general public for viewing at the British Library.
Peter Richard Nichols CBE passed away on 7 September 2019. He was born on 31 July, 1927.
This special one-off event dedicated to his life and memory will be held at Trafalgar Studios 1 at 3pm on 27 November right before a 7.30pm showing of A Day in the Death of Joe Egg. Tickets for Peter Nicholas: A Celebration are now on sale for just £6 and subject to high demand.
A Day in the Death of Joe Egg must end 30 November 2019!
The revival of Peter Nichols' A Day in the Death of Joe Egg has received critical acclaim from both audiences and critics alike. Many theatregoers have called it superb and brilliantly written, with Toby Stephens and Claire Skinner giving spectacular performances. In her review of Joe Egg for London Theatre Direct, Kay Johal praised the play's "sharp" opening and the choice to have the character Bri address the audience directly, which helped give the production an "intimate play-within-a-play feel."
Special Ticket Offer: Save up to £42 on Joe Egg tickets!
Peter Nichols' dark dramedy is now on special offer. Book today to get discounted tickets for A Day in the Death of Joe and save big time!
Get £87 tickets for just £60 (save 31%), $52 tickets for just £30 (save 42%), £75 and £64 tickets for just £33 (save 56% and 48%), and £41 tickets for just £25 (save 39%).
This offer is valid for all performances until the show's closing on 30 November, but you must book by 17 November. Be sure to act fast to save on tickets for this rarely-staged and thought-provoking play in the West End.
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