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To Kill a Mockingbird transfers from Broadway to London’s Gielgud Theatre in Spring 2022!
To Kill a Mockingbird is making the journey from Broadway to the West End in 2022. After an extremely successful Broadway debut that landed Aaron Sorkin’s new production of To Kill a Mockingbird 9 Tony Award nominations, London is eagerly awaiting the transfer. To Kill a Mockingbird are on sale now! Be among the first to swoop in and grab your tickets for the best seats before they all get snatched up.
To Kill a Mockingbird play tickets are on sale now for the London transfer!
Harper Lee’s incredible novel won the Pulitzer Prize and was long on the top of banned book lists. The story was inspired by Lee’s childhood in Alabama and follows Atticus Finch and his daughter Scout. Known as one of literature’s towering symbols of honesty and compassion lawyer Atticus Finch seeks the truth in a town that seems determined to hide it.
This Pulitzer Prize-winning novel has seen many adaptations over the years including an Academy Award-winning film and multiple adaptations for the stage. An adaptation by Christopher Sergel played in the UK on and off from 2006, including a production at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre in London in 2013 and 2014 ahead of a UK tour.
New Adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird
This new adaptation of the classic novel sees things in a different light. Don’t expect Atticus to be the shining beacon of virtue you have always known him to be. This new adaptation comes from Aaron Sorkin. The show opened at Broadway’s Shubert Theatre in December of 2018. The show opened to great success and has been well received by critics and audiences alike. The show earned an impressive 9 Tony Award nominations and came away with the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play. Among many other nominations, the show would go on to win a Drama Desk Award and an Outer Critics Circle Award.
To Kill a Mockingbird London cast and creatives
The West End cast of To Kill a Mockingbird will star Rafe Spall in the lead role of Atticus Finch. Further casting for the upcoming Gielgud Theatre transfer of To Kill a Mockingbird will be announced in due course.
The cast of the Broadway premiere of To Kill a Mockingbird have heard high praise from all quarters. The original cast of To Kill a Mockingbird features Jeff Daniels as Atticus Finch, Celia Keenan-Bolger and Will Pullen as Scout and Jem Finch. They were joined by Gideon Glick as Dill Harris, Fred Weller as Bob Ewell, Gbenga Akinnagbe as Tom Robinson, Stark Sands as Horace Gilmer, Dakin Matthews as Judge Taylor, Erin Wilhelmi as Mayella Ewell, Neal Huff as Link Deas, Danny Wolohan as Boo Radley and LaTanya Richardson as Calpurnia.
The cast have been highly regarded, multiple of the actors earning nominations for their roles in the production and with Celia Keenan-Bolger earning 3 major awards for her portrayal of Scout. There are currently unconfirmed rumours circulating that Ed Harris may take over for actor Jeff Daniels in the leading role. No announcements have been made about the West End cast of To Kill a Mockingbird but keep your eye on our news page for the most up to date information.
The Broadway run was directed by Bartlett Sher who earned multiple award nominations for his work.
The West End’s Gielgud will be the To Kill a Mockingbird theatre. London has been anxiously awaiting this transfer and now the tickets have finally arrived! You’ll want to get your To Kill a Mockingbird tickets as soon as possible to secure the best seats at the best prices!
Age restrictionAll persons under the age of 16 must be accompanied by and sat next to an accompanying adult. They may not sit on their own within the auditorium
Running timeTo be confirmed.
Performance dates10 March - 13 August 2022
Everyone, regardless of age, must have their own ticket to enter the theatre. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by and sat next to a ticketholder who is at least 18 years old. Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted. Latecomers may not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance. You may not bring food or drink purchased elsewhere.
Casting has not been confirmed and the appearance of any particular artist can not be guaranteed.
AS PART OF THE COVID MEASURES YOU WILL RECIEVE AN EMAIL FROM THE THEATRE 24 HOURS BEFORE THE PERFORMANCE WITH COVID INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS DIRECTLY PERTAINING TO YOUR VISIT
As capacity restrictions are lifted, we ask that all audience members bring with them proof of double-vaccination, a recent negative lateral flow test or natural immunity.
Simple ways to demonstrate proof include the NHS COVID Pass, NHS COVID-19 test notification, or an internationally recognised equivalent
As a courtesy to each other and to help us provide a comfortable and enjoyable experience for everyone, please: • Wear a face covering out of consideration for those around you. • Do not come to the theatre if you feel unwell, have any coronavirus symptoms or have been told to self-isolate. Email our customer service team and we'll do everything we can to exchange your tickets. • Use the hand-sanitiser available at the theatre. • Be mindful of others and their space, where possible, particularly when moving around the theatre. • Only bring one small bag that can be stored under your seat, as our cloakrooms are not currently available. • Bring a contactless payment card, as our theatres are cashless. For everyone's safety and security, we: • Deliver an enhanced level of cleaning throughout our theatres. • Provide 100% fresh air through our ventilation system. • Carry out contact-free security checks. • Cannot accept cast gifts or arrange opportunities for cast autographs or photos.
Upcoming Performance Times
- Thursday10 March 2022
- Friday11 March 2022
- Saturday12 March 2022
- Saturday12 March 2022
- Monday14 March 2022
- Tuesday15 March 2022
- Wednesday16 March 2022
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