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Last chance to see Nine Night at London's Trafalgar Studios, must end February!
Nine Night tickets available for Natasha Gordon's transfer from the National Theatre to Trafalgar Studios!
Following a smash-hit, sold-out run at the National Theatre, Nine Night, Natasha Gordon’s ‘remarkable debut play’ (Evening Standard) transfers to the West End this December. Roy Alexander Weise directs this touching and exuberantly funny exploration of the rituals of family. This record-breaking show is the first play written by a black British woman to run in London's West End!
Family, food, music and mourning.
West End Nine Night synopsis
Gloria is gravely sick. When her time comes, the celebration begins; the traditional Jamaican Nine Night Wake. But for Gloria’s children and grandchildren, marking her death with a party that lasts over a week is a test. Nine rum-fuelled nights of music, food, storytelling and laughter – and an endless parade of mourners.
Nine Night stars Natasha Gordon herself in the role of Lorraine. She is joined by fellow cast members Cecilia Noble as Aunt Maggie, Hattie Ladbury as Sophie, Karl Collins as Uncle Vince, Michelle Greenidge as Trudy, Oliver Alvin-Wilson as Robert and Rebekah Murrell as Anita.
Nine Night was a sell-out success, don't miss your chance to get tickets to the West End transfer of Natasha Gordon's historical debut play!
Hurry and get the last Nine Night tickets remaining!
Nine Night must end on 23 February!
Book your Nine Night tickets, now showing at London's Trafalgar Studios.
Running time1hr 45min (no interval)
Performance dates1 December 2018 - 23 February 2019
For Saturday performances please note: Between January and March there may be scheduled protest marches on Whitehall in the run up to Brexit. Please allow extra time for your journey to the venue (especially for matinee performances)
Mary Bond28th February
Great play and terrific performances. A play I won’t forget. The change of note from black comedy to conflict was well done. The only downside for me was that not being of Jamaican heritage I could not catch many of Aunt Mabel’s Kobe’s and asides....the black members of the audience in particular roared
Jennifer Watson26th February
I was very impress with the production and the performance and the content , many moments resonated with me and my friend.
Angela Wilkinson24th February
Excellent production, had a great afternoon
kay francis24th February
great play, great characters, the aunt was our favourite, love her
Excellent- at times the patois was difficult to understand
Victoria Eze23rd February
Wonderful writing and active of believable characters. Great to be part of a diverse London audience
Ruth Taylor22nd February
Powerful emotional truths and first-rate acting. Superb plot and characterisation.
Mr D Simpson22nd February
What a fantastic cast, professional, funny and entertaining. Very good storyline and very true.
Fantastic. Loved every second I had to watch it twice. Absolute experience , every actor was brilliant. Wish it was running for longer. Everyone should watch it.
Cassia Bissessar21st February
Took my mum and had a fantastic time we laughed we cried and loved every minute of it.
Frank Masiko19th February
what a brilliant play. Drama was spot on and perfectly timed laughs that had me in stiches.
Dunstan Holder17th February
The show was fantastic. Authentic, witty, with great performances. It was an extremely enjoyable experience.