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Solaris Tickets

Solaris Tickets

10 Oct 2019 - 2 Nov 2019

Solaris Information

On a space station orbiting Solaris, three scientists have made contact with a new planet. Sent from earth to investigate reports of abnormal activity on-board, Kris Kelvin arrives to find one crew member dead and two who are seeing things that cannot be explained. When her dead lover appears to her, it seems she too has fallen victim to the mystery of this strange planet. Should she return to reality, or is this her chance to turn back time?

Have the crew been studying Solaris - or has it been studying them? 

This psychological thriller asks who we are when we're forced to confront our deepest fears.

There will be a post-show question and answer session on 22nd October and 29th October.

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Run time

1hr 45mins

Opening date

October 10th, 2019

Closing date

November 2nd, 2019


Lyric Hammersmith



Cast and creative

By: Stanisław Lem, adapted by David Greig
Director: Matthew Lutton
Cast list: Polly Frame, Hugo Weaving, Jade Ogugua, Keegan Joyce, Fode Simbo

Our review


West London's Lyric Hammersmith was the original birthplace of two current West End shows, Noises Off (both in its first production and the new revival newly transferred to the Garrick) and Ghost Stories (now back for a second run at the Ambassadors Theatre). Just as Ghost Stories offers a spooky theatrical buffet of otherworldly tales happening on earth, Solaris - based on a futuristic sci-fi novel by Stanisław Lem, originally published in 1961 - is a story set on a space station that's...

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