Vincent River Tickets
Vincent River tickets available for limited Trafalgar Studios 2 run!
Robert Chevara's production of Philip Ridley's dark exploration of connection and loss, love and hate is returning to London. Vincent River tickets were extremely sought after for the 2018 production at Park Theatre and the limited one month return to Trafalgar Studios 2 is sure to be just as in demand!
Davey witnesses something that he can never forget. Anita has had no choice but to leave her home behind. On this night, they come face to face for the first time... a meeting which changes both their lives forever.
Vincent River cast and creatives
Louise Jameson and Thomas Mahy star in Robert Chevara’s acclaimed production of Philip Ridley’s Vincent River. Louise Jameson is best known for her roles in British television series such as EastEnders, Doctor Who, Bergerac, and Tenko. Thomas Mahy is a bright young star who made his London debut in Vincent River when it played at London's Park Theatre last year. International award-winning director Robert Chevara is known for his direction of plays such as Vieux Carré and In the bar of a Tokyo Hotel as well as numerous Opera productions.
This modern classic, penned by Philip Ridley, became a critically acclaimed hit when it originally premiered back in 2001 at the Hampstead Theatre going on to be a certified West End hit seven years later in 2007 The play was revived by Chevara in 2018 at London's Park Theatre. Exciting, tragic and darkly comical, the play is now viewed as one of the most compelling tales of hate crime ever written.
Tickets to Philip Ridley's Vincent River at Trafalgar Studios are only available for an extremely limited time. Book Vincent River tickets now to guarantee yourself the best seats at the best prices!
Age restrictionRecommended age 14+
Running time1 hr 30 min (no interval)
Performance dates16 May - 22 June 2019
Latecomers will not be admitted.
AccessSign Interpreted Performance Tue 11 June 2019 7.30pm
Venue InformationTrafalgar Studios 214 Whitehall, London SW1A 2DY, United Kingdom, London, SW1A 2DY
SAVE UP TO £28 ON TOP PRICE TICKETS
£48 now £20
£36 / £24 now £15
Valid all performances.
Features / Celebrities / Interviews
Q&A with Louise Jameson from Vincent River
Sure, it may seem like we are living in more progressive times, but the fact of the matter is, homophobia is as disturbingly prevalent as ever, even in the Western world. Russia and Chechyna hunt, persecute and torture gay men. Brunei recently passed laws enabling the death penalty for homosexuality. The list goes on and even America isn't safe. The Orlando Pulse shooting was only just a few years ago, after all. Thus, Philip Ridley's 2000 play, Vincent River, remains just as relevant as ever nearly two decades later.
The West End revival of Vincent River, which is set to open at Trafalgar Studios on 16 May 2019 ahead of Pride in London, stars the spectacular theatre and television actress, Louise Jameson, who helps bring this bone-chilling drama to life. Best known for portraying the companion to the Fourth Doctor on Doctor Who, appearing on EastEnders and Tenko, and for starring in numerous RSC productions (including Romeo and Juliet, Summerfolk, King Lear, and Taming of the Shrew), Louise Jameson reprises her dark Vincent River role as a mother whose boy was murdered in a gay hate crime. Desperate to learn more about her own son, whom she had no idea was a homosexual prior to the attack, she meets with a boy named Davey, who claims to have witnessed the crime scene.
Our blogger, Jade Ali, was fortunate enough to have a little sit-down with Louise Jameson for a rapid-fire Q&A session. Read her interview with the acclaimed actress below.
26 Apr, 2019 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
News / Celebrities / Casting / New Shows + Transfers
Thomas Mahy and Louise Jameson to reprise their roles in Philip Ridley’s Vincent River at Trafalgar Studios
It has just been announced today that stars Louise Jameson and Thomas Mahy are set to return to Philip Ridley's Vincent River, effectively reprising their roles from the recently acclaimed Park Theatre production for the new West End transfer. The show opens for previews at Trafalgar Studios on Thursday, 16 May 2019.
11 Mar, 2019 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels