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Harold and Maude tickets are available now! Don't miss your chance to experience this unexpected love story.
Coming to the Charing Cross Theatre, Harold and Maude, an idiosyncratic fable told through the eyes of the most unlikely pairing: a compulsive, self-destructive young man who attends funerals for entertainment, and a devil-may-care, septuagenarian bohemian.
Harold and Maude teach each other, and the audience, to look at life in new ways. Colin Higgin’s adaption of the 1971 cult classic film is equal parts dark comedy and innocent romance. Harold and Maude dissolve the lines between darkness and light and the ones that separate people by class, gender and age.
Harold and Maude will be directed by Thom Southerland, and stars Linda Marlowe and Patrick Walshe McBride.
Harold and Maude tickets are now available! Don't miss your chance to see this unexpected love story at the Charing Cross Theatre.
Age restrictionTo be confirmed
Running timeTo be confirmed
Performance dates9 February 2018 - 12 May 2018
Pepi Mortimer10th April
We thought this play was utterly charming. The use of the cast/musicians on stage was really neatly done. Tender and witty, we thoroughly enjoyed it.
Maria Blackman5th April
Excellent play, great acting, lots of giggles.
Stephen Worrall31st March
Very much enjoyed the show, great performances from all
Mrs Rejane Trusson29th March
We absolutely loved it! I never thought it would be anywhere as good as the film but I was amazed and so very pleased to realise how much we enjoyed it. A big thank you to the whole cast and especially to Sheila Hancock for her perfect performance. ????????????
Gill Sheldon29th March
Very inventive staging and overall a fun show from a multi-talented cast. Sheila Hancock was perfect as the rather naughty Maude.
Sandra Marriott15th March
Fantastic - nothing like I have seen before on stage and did not expect the performances I experienced. Warm, funny, slightly black comedy with the cast playing literally to their best. Sheila Hancock was as brilliant as ever. Bill Milner was made to play his part and the other members of the cast just shone and complemented each other to make this a wonderful experience. My only regret is that I did not stand at the end to give them all the standing ovation they deserved. Lovely Theatre too - will visit again often...
Avril Bell8th March
It was an amzjing experience, wonderfully inventive production. Sheila Hancock was perfection, and the young man that played Harold was equally superb. The whole cast were so clever, with their characterisations and musical talents. If you have time,this is a production not to be Missed!
Tony Betts28th February
Excellent performances from the three main characters but spoilt by an over gimmicky production which added nothing to the mood of the play and in fact detracted from the central theme of the growing love of Harold and Maud.