The Girl On The Train Tickets
The Girl on the Train West End tickets on sale now for the Duke of York's Theatre run.
The international phenomenon novel by Paula Hawkins has been adapted into a thrilling, first-class play that you won’t want to miss. Over 20 million copies of this bestselling novel have been sold worldwide and the stage adaptation is expected to enjoy similar success. Be sure to get your London theatre tickets for The Girl on the Train whilst you still can!
Who’s The Girl on the Train?
Rachel Watson longs for a different life and on her daily commute she finds the perfect escape via the idealistic couple she watches through the train window. Rachel looks on as the couple create the perfect illusion of happiness and love. However, this fantasy is shattered when she learns the woman she’s been watching has mysteriously disappeared. Rachel finds herself a witness and even a suspect in this thrilling mystery which reveals bigger secrets than she could have ever imagined.
The Girl on the Train: A commute to worldwide success
This breath-baiting story began as a novel by Paula Hawkins, which went on to become an international bestseller. The Girl on the Train rose to further popularity when Dreamworks Film adapted the story into a film starring Golden Globe-winning, BAFTA-nominated actress Emily Blunt. Now the journey goes further, after Rachel Wagstaff and Duncan Abel adapted the story into a gripping play.
The Girl on the Train first-class cast!
Starring as Rachel Watson is Samantha Womack, who has an extensive career in television, theatre and film. She’s best known for her role of Ronnie Mitchell in BBC’s EastEnders. Womack has played leading roles in Mount Pleasant and Game On, and has also starred in the box office smash-hit The Kingsman series. She is best known on stage for her role as Morticia Addams in the touring musical comedy The Addams Family.
Starring alongside Womack is Oliver Farnworth who has a vast career on stage and television. He is well known for his roles in Hollyoaks and ITV's Coronation Street. His most recent television appearance has been in ITV's popular series Endeavour. Philip McGinley, best known for his role in HBO Smash-hit Game of Thrones, joins the cast as Scott Hipwell.
Also joining the cast are Lowenna Melrose (Greta in Witness for the Prosecution), Kirsty Oswald (BBCs The Coroner), Adam Jackson-Smith (The 39 Steps), Naeem Hayat (Hamlet – World Tour) and John Dougall (Anne Boleyn).
This new play is set to grip a wide audience once again and you’re going to want to be quick to make sure you don’t miss out on this exhilarating ride. Book your tickets for The Girl on the Train as fast as you can, these tickets will fly by faster than a high-speed train. You'll want to be among the first to secure your first-class The Girl on the Train tickets for the West End's Duke of York's Theatre run while stocks last.
Book The Girl On The Train tickets, now showing at London's Duke of Yorks Theatre today!
Age restrictionTo be confirmed.
Running time2hr 10min (inc. interval)
Performance dates23 July – 17 August 2019
ContentThis production is recommended for ages 12+.
SAVE ON MIDWEEK MATINEES
Valid mid week matinees until 14 August 2019.
Book by 2 August 2019.
London Theatre Review: The Girl On The Train at the Duke of Yorks Theatre
There’s a neologism – 'sonder' – used to describe the realisation that the people around you contain worlds of equal depth and complexity as your own. It's an idea that leads Rachel Watson to immerse herself in the life of Megan Hipwell. Sitting on her train, Rachel sips vodka from a water bottle and watches the many worlds and permutations of life passing her by. She longs for another existence – anything to escape the cold reality of a broken marriage and a dingy apartment orbited by satellites of alcohol. Until, finally, her daily ‘commute’ delivers her the ideal couple, standing on their pristine balcony in a globe of impeccable taste and perfect choices...
31 Jul, 2019 | By Jack Hudson
News / Features / New Shows + Transfers
Top 10 unmissable London plays in 2019
The year is already halfway over... or just halfway getting started depending on how you look at it. For optimistic London theatregoers, it's certainly the latter. It seems like every year London gets a new theatre or two. This year brought both The Turbine Theatre in Battersea Power Station and the new Troubadour White City Theatre in West London, and with them a whole host of new plays and productions. It's clear the West End, and the UK's live entertainment industry in general, is as busy and booming as ever. That being said, with so many spectacular productions to choose from, it can be difficult to make a decision on which shows to spend your hard-earned cash on. But maybe you should let these discounted theatre tickets sway you.
Here are our picks for the hottest London plays this year that you definitely won't want to miss — and that happen to be on special offer if you hurry and book today!
22 Jul, 2019 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
News / Celebrities / Casting / New Shows + Transfers
Game of Thrones star Philip McGinley cast alongside Samantha Womack in the West End production of The Girl on the Train
Further casting has been announced for the upcoming West End transfer of the hit stage play, The Girl On The Train, which was adapted from Paula Hawkins' bestseller of the same name that spawned a blockbuster film adaptation produced by DreamWorks. The show opens on 23 July 2019 at London's Duke of York's Theatre and is booking until 17 August 2019.
18 Jun, 2019 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
News / New Shows + Transfers
The Girl On The Train to run at the Duke of York's Theatre this summer for a limited season
All aboard! Paula Hawkins' best-selling novel has been adapted into an all-new stage play for the West End. The Girl On The Train - The Play is set to run at the Duke of York's Theatre in London this summer for a strictly limited season. It will star Samantha Womack in the titular role as Rachel Watson. Tickets for The Girl On The Train in London's West End are on sale now with no booking fees!
20 May, 2019 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels