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Lyric Hammersmith, London4.39 reviews
Sci-fi thriller Solaris at the Lyric Hammersmith for 1 month!

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Solaris tickets now available for limited Lyric Hammersmith run

Science Fiction fans have something to look forward to because Solaris has landed in its UK home this autumn after its Melbourne run this summer. Tickets for Solaris at the Lyric Hammersmith are sure to be in great demand. Fasten your seatbelts and secure your place at the show. Book Solaris tickets today to ensure the best seats at the best prices!

Stanisław Lem’s Solaris on the London stage!

Three scientists are in orbit around Solaris and they’ve made contact with a new planet. Reports of unusual activity on the space station are reported and Kris Kelvin is sent from Earth to investigate. 

When she arrives only two of the crew members are still alive, and they are seeing things that can’t be explained. Soon it seems that Kris has fallen victim to the strange goings-on as she is visited by the ghost of a long-dead lover from Earth.

Should she run or is this a chance to do it all over again? 

What happens when we have to face our past and our deepest fears? And could the planet be to blame?

Limited 1-month run of Solaris

Tickets to this psychological sci-fi thriller are only available for 4 weeks. Don’t miss your chance to study Solaris, before it studies you. Book tickets to Solaris with our interactive seating plan is fast and easy, safe and secure.


Additional Information

Age restriction

This production is recommended for ages 14+.

Running time

1hr 45min (including interval)

Performance dates

11 October - 2 November 2019

Content

This production contains strong violent scenes. and adult content.

Access

There will be an Open Captioned performance Saturday 19 October 2.30pm and an Audio Described performance Saturday 19 October 7.30pm.

Venue Information

Lyric HammersmithLyric Square, King St, , London, W6 0QL

Customer Reviews

9 reviews4.3

Renata Szczodrak31st October

Solaris blew me away. The stage and sound design were both wonderful, and the story immersive, funny and thrilling the ending left me on the edge if my seat. The actors were also incredible. I loved the atmospheric tension that the play evoked, and I would strongly reccomend the play to anyone else who enjoys psychological thrillers

Wincenty dulkowski30th October

Nice use of small stage and multiple rooms from shutters, print out from osciloscopes cracked me up though.... Acting pretty mediocre, when Sartorious says "Bye solaris" I burst out laughing it was that bad, but she was best actor overall so that says a lot. Lightning and other special effects were spot on. Stayed mostly true to the book but under elaborated on some important ideas while at the same time bombarding viewers with too many concepts that readers would have had much more time to digest.

Holly Robertson27th October

Execllent show! Exceeded my expectations and an insightfuk adaptation of the book

Sam Jones26th October

Amazing play, best i've seen for ages!

Mr J A Murphy24th October

Solaris was a great production. Thanks

A Ward20th October

The dialogue was extremely poor, the plot thin and stretched impossibly over the 2nd half. Lead gave a repetitive, unconvincing performance.

Joanna18th October

I was wondering how they were going to create this as a stage production but they totally pulled it off. Outstanding acting and good reversal of some of the characters from men (in the book/movie) to women. An excellent show and a must see for science fiction enthusiasts!

Michael McCarthy18th October

Sci-Fi mystery, creative set and use of audio-visual complements, good but not great performances, stimulating

Jani Heikkinen13th October

The play was okay, and acting was good. But it didn't leave very deep impression. Changing the sex of the main character was a good twist though.