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Tickets for A Monster Calls at Kingston’s Rose Theatre
You will not want to miss your chance to see this Olivier award-winning production of A Monster Calls as it comes to the Rose Theatre for an extremely limited run this spring. Book A Monster Calls tickets now to secure your seats to this incredible production.
Olivier Award-winning A Monster Calls
'Stories are wild creatures', the monster said. 'When you let them loose, who knows what havoc they might wreak?'
Conor is just thirteen, but he and his mum have been getting along just fine since his dad moved. Now though his mum is sick and she doesn’t seem to be getting any better. His grandmother keeps trying to get involved in everything and none of the kids at school seem to be able to even look him in the eye.
When Conor is awoken one evening by something at his window he realises that a monster has come walking. The monster has come to tell Conor stories, stories from when the monster walked before. And once the monster is done Conor will have to tell his own tale and face his own deepest fears.
From the pages of the multi award-winning bestseller, A Monster Calls offers a sharp look into love, life and healing.
A Monster Calls team
Based on Patrick Ness’ captivating novel this award-winning production of A Monster Calls is brought to life by ground-breaking director Sally Cookson. A Monster Calls was inspired by an original idea from Siobhan Dowd, who was unable to write the story before her death.
A Monster Calls tickets are on sale now!
Do not miss your chance to see A Monster Calls live on the stage of Kingston’s Rose Theatre. Tickets for A Monster Calls are extremely limited so you’ll want to book whilst you can!
Age restrictionThis production is recommended for ages 10+
Running time2hr 20min (including interval)
Performance dates24 March - 9 April 2022
PLEASE NOTE: You must wear a face covering at all times at the Rose unless exempt.
Venue InformationRose Theatre Kingston24-26 High Street, Kingston, KT1 1HL
Rapid Fire Q&A Session with Matt Costain from A Monster Calls
Matt Costain is currently appearing in A Monster Calls, directed by Sally Cookson, at The Old Vic - not only is he starring in the play but he is also the Aerial Director. We sat down with Matt for a quick-fire Q&A session to find out more about the production and the man behind the amazing aerial feats which have been wowing audiences all summer long.
15 Aug, 2018 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
Rapid Fire Q&A Session with Marianne Oldham from A Monster Calls
Marianne Oldham is a highly prolific and talented stage and television actress currently starring in the Old Vic production of A Monster Calls, which is adapted by Sally Cookson from Patrick Ness’s gut-wrenching novel of the same name. Oldham is perhaps best known for starring as Rosalie Berwick in the BBC television series The Crimson Field, a British drama set during World War I at a fictional field hospital in France. She has also starred as Mary in The Living and the Dead and Stella Levy in A Very English Scandal.
As far as theatre is concerned, she enjoys the classics, having played in Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya just to name a few. With less than one month left for A Monster Calls, we were happy to check in with Marianne Oldham to see how everything is going.
See below for our rapid-fire Q&A session.
9 Aug, 2018 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels