The monsters are back. Neil Gaiman's fantasy novel came to life at the National Theatre in 2019 and now, following a Covid delay, is weaving its magic over the West End. And this piece is magical in every sense: in the way that Gaiman delves into other worlds and locates the enchantments in our own, as well as the transformational power of theatre, on full display in Katy Rudd's spectacular production.Joel Horwood has deftly adapted the story for stage. It centres on the unnamed Boy, now an...
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Fresh from a sold-out run at the National Theatre, the adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Book of the Year winner The Ocean at the End of the Lane is now at the Duke of York's Theatre. The Ocean at the End of the Lane tickets are available on London Theatre now.
Following the National Theatre debut, described as "spellbinding" by critics, The Ocean at the End of the Lane received three Olivier Award nominations: Best New Play, Best Lighting Design, and Best Actress in a Supporting Role.
Neil Gaiman has won the Huge, Nebula, and Bram Stoker book awards for his novels, and when The Ocean at the End of the Lane was released, it won was voted Book of the Year at the British National Book Awards.
The Ocean at the End of the Lane play is adapted by Joel Horwood. Horwood’s previous work in London includes All The Little Things We Crushed at the Almeida Theatre and Berberian Sound Studio at the Donmar Warehouse, as well as screenwriting credits for Channel 4’s cult series Skins.
The Ocean at the End of the Lane also features set design by Fly Davis, costume and puppet design by Samuel Wyer, lighting by Paule Constable, sound designs by Ian Dickinson, puppetry direction by Finn Caldwell, movement by Steven Hoggett, and compositions by Jherek Bischoff.
Tickets to The Ocean at the End of the Lane are available now. Book The Ocean at the End of the Lane tickets on London Theatre today.
The play follows a man returning to his childhood home in Sussex, where he is reminded of the treacherous events that occurred on his 12th birthday. He used to play by the country banks with his friend Lettie, but what she claimed was a pond was, in fact, a vast ocean. Plunged into a mystical and unfamiliar world, their very survival relies on their instinct, abilities and bravery in the face of great destruction.
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This National Theatre stage production of the novel by Neil Gaiman is currently touring the UK and Ireland prior to its third London revival.
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Neil Gaiman is a master of multiple literary forms. The award-winning British author has crafted comic books, novels, television series, movies, audio plays, and more, and his works have been adapted for all mediums, including the theatre. His latest work to hit the stage is The Ocean at the End of the Lane, which premiered at the National Theatre in 2019, and the acclaimed production will transfer to the West End for a run at the Duke of York's Theatre from October 2021. Tickets are available...
The National Theatre production of the play based on the novel by Neil Gaiman will now begin performances in the West End in October 2021.
The National Theatre's chilling production of The Ocean at the End of the Lane is set to transfer to the Duke of York's Theatre following a sell-out run in the Dorfman in 2019, and tickets for the exciting transfer are now on sale.Based on Neil Gaiman's award-winning novel, Joel Horwood's stage adaptation follows a man returning to his childhood home, where memories of his 12th birthday party come flooding back. Playing with his friend Lettie on the banks of what they thought was a pond, they...
Neil Gaiman's fantasy novel is the latest page-to-stage adaptation that's set to take over London, with tickets now on sale for the play's West End transfer coming to the Duke of York's later this year. There's no stone unturned in Joel Horwood's science-fiction survival play, where magical worlds and fantastical creatures come alive in sleepy, rural England. Here's why you'll want to be the first to visit The Ocean at the End of the Lane when the show transfers to the West End.British...
After a limited engagement at the Dorfman Theatre, The Ocean at the End of the Lane will transfer to the Duke of York's Theatre. Announced as part of the National Theatre's latest season, Joel Horwood's adaptation of Neil Gaiman's best-selling novel will be performed in the West End from October 2020, with tickets on sale next month.The Ocean at the End of St. Martin's LaneBased on the 2013 novel of the same name, The Ocean at the End of the Lane follows a man named Alex who is plunged into a...