Saint George and the Dragon

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A folk tale for an uneasy nation.

A village. A dragon. A damsel in distress.

Into the story walks George: wandering knight, freedom fighter, enemy of tyrants the world over. One epic battle later and a nation is born.

As the village grows into a town, and the town into a city, the myth of Saint George which once brought a people together, threatens to divide them.

Categories: 
Child Policy:
Suitable for 13+.
By:
Rory Mullarkey
Director:
Lyndsey Turner
Songs by:
Grant Olding
Lighting:
Bruno Poet
Sound:
Christopher Shutt
Design:
Rae Smith
Choreography:
Lynne Page
Cast list:
Suzanne Ahmet, Jason Barnett, Julian Bleach, Luke Brady, Paul Brennen, Joe Caffrey, Paul Cawley, Richard Goulding, Gawn Grainger, Tamzin Griffin, John Heffernan, John Heffernan, Stephanie Jacob, Suzanne Ahmet Jason Barnett Julian Bleach Luke Brady Paul Brennen Joe Caffrey Paul Cawley Richard Goulding Gawn Grainger Tamzin Griffin John Heffernan John Heffernan Stephanie Jacob Olwen May, Victoria Moseley, Conor Neaves, Amaka Okafor, Sharita Oomeer, Jeff Rawle
Other info:
Fight director: Bret Yount
Saint George and the Dragon Performance Dates & Times
Previews from: 
Wednesday, 4 October, 2017
Opening date: 
Wednesday, 11 October, 2017
Available from: 
Saturday, 7 October, 2017
Closes: 
Saturday, 2 December, 2017
Booking to: 
Saturday, 2 December, 2017
MatineeEvening
Monday-7.30pm
Tuesday2.00pm7.30pm
Wednesday-7.30pm
Thursday-7.30pm
Friday-7.30pm
Saturday2.00pm7.30pm
Sunday--

Olivier Theatre, National

Address:
South Bank, London, SE1 9PX
Nearest tube:
Waterloo

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Saint George and the Dragon
Rehearsal images for Saint George and the Dragon at the National Theatre
Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Rehearsal images have been released for Saint George and the Dragon, a new play by Rory Mullarkey based on the classic English myth. Directed by Lyndsey Turner, the play is about a down on his luck knight who returns home to his village to find it has been taken over by a dragon. Playwright Mullarkey has described the process for creating the play as “making a folk talk from scratch”, comparing it to superhero blockbusters on screen that aren’t so much seen on stage.

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