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Theatre Royal Stratford East, London3.01 reviews
Benjamin Britten's Noye's Fludde marks the first collaboration between Theatre Royal Stratford East and the English National Opera.

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Noye’s Fludde Stratford East tickets available now for the summer run!

Noye's Fludde tickets are now available for this stunning collaboration between the ENO and the Theatre Royal Stratford East that brings professionals and members of the community together on the London stage.

The world is sinful and God is angry and a flood like none seen before or since is coming. But God is not without mercy, Noah will build an ark. An ark that will shelter not only Noah’s family but also the animals of the world. Beasts great and small will enter the ark two by two to weather the storms and floods that will rock the boat for 40 days and 40 nights. The unlikely shipmates on this even more unlikely vessel must wait out the storm in hopes that a new world will be waiting for them when and if the waters recede.

This mini-masterpiece of renowned British composer Benjamin Britten comes to life mixing professional singers, actors and musicians with the raw talent of school children and members of the local community. This first collaboration between the English National Opera and Theatre Royal Stratford East is brought to life by director Lyndsey Turner.

Tickets for Noye’s Fludde at the Stratford East extremely limited.

Don't miss this sure-fire Off-West End hit this summer. Book Noye’s Fludde tickets now to ensure your seats to this 2-week-only run!


Additional Information

Age restriction

Recommended for ages 5 and above.

Running time

1hr 5min (no interval)

Performance dates

01 July - 13 July 2019

Venue Information

Theatre Royal Stratford EastGerry Raffles Square, London, E15 1BN

Customer Reviews

1 reviews3.0

leslie10th July

Terrible seat ... the head of the chap in front of me was rocking to the left and right just like a pendulum... so the whole experience was a bit of a disaster