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Pride and Prejudice* (sort of) Tickets

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About Pride and Prejudice* (sort of)

Pride and Prejudice (sort of)* receives its West End premiere at the Criterion Theatre. Jane Austen’s beloved romance novel is updated in Pride and Prejudice* (sort of), a hilarious modern twist on the classic love story. The Bennet parents have five unmarried daughters. They’re desperate to see them all married to rich, respectable, eligible husbands. How hard could it be? Pride and Prejudice (sort of) sees the young servants of the house take centre stage as they joke, dress up, and sing their version of the highs and lows of the Bennet girls’ tumultuous love lives as they weather the highs and lows of Regency courtship. Pride and Prejudice (sort of)* tickets are available on London Theatre now.

Pride and Prejudice (sort of)* expertly and hilariously recounts all of the balls, elopements, and witty exchanges of Austen’s best-loved couple: Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy. Austen’s novel is a beloved classic, and this adaptation does justice to the original 1813 novel whilst adding modern twists through its use of comedy, live music, and exuberant props.

Pride and Prejudice (sort of)* is a play that is written by Scottish playwright Isobel McArthur. The Glasweigan actress and writer has starred in Pride and Prejudice (sort of)*, and the score is inspired by her favourite songs growing up, ranging from Carly Simon's “You're So Vain” to Pulp's “Something Changed.”

Pride and Prejudice (sort of) premiered to widespread acclaim in 2018 at the Edinburgh Fringe in a co-production with the Tron in Glasgow before touring regionally. The production received rave reviews, with The Telegraph saying it’s “as richly layered as a wedding cake.” McArthur’s tongue-in-cheek take on Austen’s novel is directed by Blood of the Young’s Paul Brotherston with sound design by Michael John McCarthy and set design by Ana Inés Jabares-Pita. Featuring all of the drama of the original Jane Austen story, Pride and Prejudice (sort of) in London is a faithful and affectionate comedic version of the timeless tale of money, men, and marriage.

Tickets to Pride and Prejudice (sort of) are available now. Book Pride & Prejudice (sort of) tickets on London Theatre today.

Start date

October 15th, 2021

End date

February 6th, 2022

Categories

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This audacious and hilarious take on Jane Austen's iconic story has taken the West End by storm

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Pride and Prejudice* (sort of) cast and creative team

By: Isobel McArthur
Director: Isobel McArthur and Simon Harvey
Cast list: Isobel McArthur, Tori Burgess, Christina Gordon, Hannah Jarrett-Scott, Meghan Tyler
Design: Ana Inés Jabares-Pita
Lighting: Colin Grenfell
Choreography: Emily-Jane Boyle
Sound: Michael John McCarthy and Luke Swaffield

Venue

218-223 Piccadilly, Piccadilly Circus, London, United Kingdom, SW1Y 4XA

Directions

Location: West End
Railway station: Charing Cross
Bus numbers: (Haymarket) 3, 6, 12, 13, 19, 23, 38, 88, 139; (Regent Street) 14, 15, 22, 94, 159, 453
Night bus numbers: (Haymarket) 6, 12, 23, 88, 139, 159, N3, N13, N18, N19, N38, N97, N136, N550, N551; (Regent Street) 14, 94, 159, 453, N15, N22, N109
Car park: Leicester Square, Whitcomb Street (3 mins)
Directions from tube: The theatre can be seen on Piccadilly Circus next to the Eros statue.

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