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Virginia Woolf’s Orlando is often considered to be a modern masterpiece and one of her most notable works. It is a tale of yearning, freedom, sexuality and identity. Themes that are eloquently intertwined together through the ground-breaking character Orlando. Orlando is coming to the Garrick Theatre in London for limited viewing from 25 November 2022 – 25 February 2023. Directed by Michael Grandage, it stars Emma Corrin (The Crown). Neil Bartlett’s adaptation of this classic is a must-see.
During the reign of Elizabeth I, the strikingly handsome Orlando is born. He begins his immortal life as male, but one day, and for the next three-hundred years, he sporadically swaps genders. As five centuries pass, Orlando explores the expectations of an ever-changing and demanding world, in the pursuit of freedom and choice. It is a hero/heroine tale far beyond its years, one that highlights just how difficult being yourself can be, but also the rewards that can come with it.
Emma Corrin in Orlando
Olivier Award nominee Emma Corrin leads this magical production, representing one of histories most famous gender non-conforming characters. Corrin is known most notably for their critically-acclaimed performance of Diana, Princess of Wales in Netflix’s period drama The Crown. Corrin has also won a Golden Globe award for their work on screen.
Orlando tickets are available now
Don’t miss the chance to see Emma Corrin in this take on Virginia Woolf’s work of art. Get your Orlando tickets now!
Age restrictionTo be confirmed.
Running time90 minutes
Performance dates26 November 2022 – 25 February 2023
ContentThis production contains some nudity.
PLEASE NOTE: The performance will be filmed on Thursday 23rd February at 7:30 pm. If seated in the stalls at some times, the cameras may momentarily restrict your view.
'⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘Theatre to make the heart leap’'
'⭐⭐⭐⭐'Pure star quality’ '
'⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘Emma Corrin is magnificent’ '
'⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘Emma Corrin is glorious’ '