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The Pride – Courageous, compassionate & moving
The Pride is the third play in the critically acclaimed Trafalgar Transformed season that has already seen the likes of James McAvoy take on Macbeth and Simon Russell Beal star alongside John Simm in The Hothouse. The production promises to be a politically charged evening of first-rate performances from some of the UK’s best up-and-coming talent. What more would you expect from powerhouse director Jamie Lloyd and designer extraordinaire Soutra Gilmour?
The Pride - Story
It is 1958. Philip and Sylvia, an attractive young couple, are having problems with their marriage. The problem comes in the form of Oliver, a children’s author, who has got his eye on Philip… the romantic kind of ‘eye’.
Jump to 2008 and two young lovers, interestingly also called Phillip and Oliver are about to split-up over Oliver’s constant infidelity. Now alone and wondering what went wrong, Oliver enlists the help of their oldest friend Sylvia to counteract his loneliness, but it was Sylvia who introduced the pair to each other in the first place and her presence starts to open up some old wounds.
As the two parallel stories unfold, the similarities between the narratives are all too clear, but it is the time period they live in that starts to dictate the outcome of their lives. The characters not only share the same names but also become shadows of one another, mirroring the fifties with the naughties.
The Pride – Powerful & Important
Expect brilliantly observed characters, wonderfully funny dialogue and a penetrating look at contemporary gay life that will leave you bursting with questions and ideas about fidelity, fate and forgiveness.
With a cast including Hollywood superstar Hayley Atwell, Al Weaver, Harry Hadden-Paton and Gavin And Stacy star Mathew Horne, it really is worth getting the best seats in the house to witness these talented actors deliver what will be stellar performances.
The Pride theatre tickets – Witty & Elegant
Fantastically dramatic and supremely witty, book your tickets now for this limited run of The Pride. Whatever your price range, we have it all – premium, full price or discount tickets and all with excellent availability.
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The Pride Ticket Information
- Booking until:
Saturday,23 November 2013
- Age restrictions
Age guidence 16+ , contains scenes of a violent and sexual nature.
- Important Information
This play contains scenes of a violent and sexual nature.
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Once booked, tickets to The Pride are usually non exchangeable and non refundable as per our terms & conditions. In practice, however, we will do our best to accommodate your request as long as we are notified at least 48 hours before the performance. Please contact us for more information.
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Reviewed on 20 November 2013 by Anonymous
The advertizing blurb understated the confronting nature of this production but the acting was superb and the story an interesting insight into a very sad story that must trouble many men in today's society.
Reviewed on 22 September 2013 by Anonymous
Lighting was very bad with mirrored back lights shined in your eyes. Did they not see this? Actor talked way to fast. You could tell they were just saying a Lin
Reviewed on 09 September 2013 by Anonymous
It was disgusting! I have never seen so much vulgarity on stage. Almost every phrase started with F*** word and they even showed a scene of rape. A story about homosexual people can be shown in a much better light!!!!
Reviewed on 05 September 2013 by Anonymous