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Fabulous Pride & Prejudice (Sort Of) Cast Images

Pride and Prejudice (sort of) Isobel McArthur's 'unique and audacious' retelling of Jane Austen's classic love story is currently in previews at the Criterion, having wowed the critics and audiences at Glasgow's Tron Theatre. The fight over men, money and microphones has never been so much fun than this irreverent yet truly affectionate adaptation stacked with pop tunes. We think Jane Austen herself would adore this musical – and she'd love these awesome set-up images, too.

Who's involved in Pride & Prejudice (Sort Of)?

Five actors, who between them play all the other characters as well, play the young female servants who retell the tale we all love. They also play musical instruments, which is pretty impressive! Take a look at the set-up photos from the previews and treat yourself to a tiny taste of the fun to come. This really is a dazzlingly good piece of musical theatre.

  • Photos taken by David Bowie photographer Tony McGee
  • The play's writer and director Isobel McArthur once again plays Darcy and Mrs Bennet
  • Tori Burgess is Lydia and Mr Collins
  • Christina Gordon is Lady Catherine de Bourgh and Jane
  • Hannah Jarrett-Scott plays Charlotte Lucas and Charles Bingley
  • Meghan Tyler plays Lizzie Bennet
  • Directed by Isobel McArthur and Simon Harvey
  • Comedy staging by Jos Houben
  • Design by Ana Inés Jabares-Pita
  • Lighting by Colin Grenfell
  • Musical supervision by Michael John McCarthy
  • Sound design by Michael John McCarthy and Luke Swaffield for Autograph
  • Choreography by Emily Jane Boyle.
  • David Pugh presents Tron Theatre Company, the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh and Blood of the Young's production, along with the co-producers Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Bristol Old Vic, Leeds Playhouse, Northern Stage, and Oxford Playhouse

Buy Pride & Prejudice (Sort Of) Tickets

Book your Pride & Prejudice (Sort Of) tickets online with us and choose the best seats with our Criterion Theatre seating plan. We'll send E-tickets to your email address – simply present them at the door on the day to find out what really happened to Darcy and Jane!

About the Criterion Theatre

The Criterion Theatre is known and loved for actively encouraging better engagement in the arts via community and education projects. As well as educating audiences for the future they're busy supporting and developing new talent, and creating opportunities for that talent to thrive. Past shows at the Criterion Theatre include a nine year run by the Reduced Shakespeare Company, The 39 Steps, and The Comedy About a Bank Robbery.