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Jamie Lloyd’s third production for Trafalgar Transformed is the multi award-winning play The Pride, written by Alexi Kaye Campbell
The Pride makes its West End transfer to the Trafalgar Studios following a limited multi award-winning run Upstairs at the Royal Court in 2008.
In The Pride, Philip, Oliver and Sylvia exist in a complex love triangle, which spans over half a century, living and loving simultaneously in 1958 and the present against a background of changing attitudes towards homosexuality. Past and present worlds grind together and melt apart, yet the future and its promise of sexual liberation remains ever elusive, as societal repression gives way to self-deception.
The Pride is a hilarious and heart-felt landmark play about courage, compassion and the fear of loneliness in life’s journey towards self-discovery.
★★★★★‘A stunning, profoundly moving, five star show’ Sunday Telegraph
★★★★ ‘A modern classic’ Sunday Times
★★★★ ‘Stylish, zippy and surprisingly funny’ Time Out
★★★★ ‘Brilliant, vibrant and ingenious’ Times
★★★★ ‘An era-spanning masterpiece’ City AM
★★★★ ‘Thought-provoking, witty and deeply affecting’ Independent
★★★★ ‘Superb. A work of art’ Guardian
Directed by Jame Lloyd, The Pride stars Hayley Atwell (Captain America, Life of Crime, The Faith Machine, A View from the Bridge) as Sylvia, Harry Hadden-Paton (Posh, She Stoops to Conquer, Flare Path) as Philip, Al Weaver (Inadmissible Evidence, Coram Boy, Hamlet) as Oliver and Mathew Horne (Gavin and Stacey, Bad Education, Charley's Aunt) as The Man/Peter/The Doctor
Directed by Jamie Lloyd (Donmar's Passion, Old Vic's The Duchess of Malfi, National Theatre's She Stoops to Conquer) with design by Soutra Gilmour, winner of the 2012 Evening Standard award for Best Design for Inadmissible Evidence at the Donmar Warehouse,
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Age guidance 16+ (Contains scenes of a sexual nature)
Running timeMonday - Saturday 7.30pm, Thursday and Saturday at 2.30pm. Running time: 2h
Performance datesThursday 8 August to Saturday 23 November 2013
Age guidance 16+ (Contains scenes of a sexual nature, also contains nudity)