Phoenix Theatre

Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0JP GB

The Exorcist
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The Exorcist Tickets

4.3/5
based on 11 reviews

Phoenix Theatre

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Booking until: Saturday, 10 March 2018

Was £45.00 Now £25.00
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Performance Times
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18:00 16:00
20:00 20:00 20:00 20:00 21:00 20:00

Age restrictions

Recommended age guidance 18+

Important Information

This production contains material which may shock and offend. 


Booking from:
Friday, 20 October 2017

Booking until:
Saturday, 10 March 2018

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Anyone:
18%
Families:
18%
Teenagers:
45%
Couples:
54%
Theatregoers:
55%

based on 11 reviews

Excellent

Absolutely fantastic - jumpy and music sets the scene from the on-set


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when devil kills both fathers

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Amazing show

This show was just fantastic. The cast where faultless.... The set was brilliant, and they even had different smells etc to make it atmospheric. We are going to watch the show again it was that good. Really lovely theatre, when we went to pick up our tickets we were told our seats had been upgraded free of charge, Really great show.


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Scary

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Unpossessed

Difficult to nod off during a rendition of The Exorcist but I managed to so. About as scary as a panda at a safe distance. Peter Bowles looked, at times, as though he was unsure what he was doing here. The much lauded effects were, I'm afraid, of the Heath- Robinson school (without the charm). I could go on....and sorry, but you did ask.


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Scarily Brilliant

This is a fantastic adaptation of a cult horror with enough new twists and turns to keep you in the edge of your seat.


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Powerful

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Well put together horror

Enjoyable and the staging is top notch. As scary as a theatre productuon can be. Enjoyable and recommended


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Brilliant!

Not for the light hearted... a good adaptation of the film. The special effects gave us a good scare! Definitely worth a watch.


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Stick with the movie.

Ok, lets face it, if you've seen the iconic movie, nothing is going to measure up. Much as they tried, this production can't give you the tension needed to make this scary. Take away that and you're left with a plot that is basic at best. The cast are good, solid actors but only Clare Louise Connolly as Regan shines. Seagrove was terrible; one dimensional throughout and her plumby American accent was indecipherable at times. The repeated flash/blackouts became tedious although other stage special effects were good. The real problem here was the audience. Clearly enticed by the movie, groups of twenty somethings giggled and commented on 'famous' scenes while countless people left the auditorium throughout the production (which only lasts for 1 hour 40.... seriously, you can't wait that long for another drink?) On the whole, if I'd paid £20 in a provincial theatre I would have been entertained and put up with the rest. £70 tickets in the west end? Both the production team and the theatre management should do better.


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Review: THE EXORCIST at the Phoenix Theatre

06 Nov 2017 in Reviews

The Exorcist Regarded by many as one of the most iconic, and disturbing horror films ever made, The Exorcist was released in 1973. Banned by some cinemas the audience were desperate to see if this multi award winning film would live up to the word of mouth hype. Written originally as a book by William Peter Blatty and two years later as the film, this stage version which began at Birmingham Rep, has been adapted by John Pielmeier and remains as faithful to the book as the confines of a stage production will allow.

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Phoenix Theatre
Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0JP GB

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Facilities

  • Air conditioned
  • Bar
  • Disabled toilets
  • Infrared hearing loop
  • Member of Q-Park scheme
  • Toilets
  • Wheelchair/scooter access

Theatre Info

  • Capacity: 1000
  • Year built: 1930

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