‘A Little Life’, starring James Norton, adds dates at Savoy Theatre

After performances at the Harold Pinter Theatre, A Little Life will continue at the Savoy Theatre for five more weeks. Ivo van Hove directs the West End premiere.

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

Following A Little Life performances at the Harold Pinter Theatre, from 25 March to 18 June, A Little Life will play five additional weeks at the Savoy Theatre from 4 July to 5 August.

A Little Life follows four college friends living and working in New York City. Willem is an actor, Malcolm is an architect, JB is an artist, and Jude is a lawyer. Even though the foursome live in different worlds, Willem, Malcolm, and JB are drawn to Jude.

Ivo van Hove adapts and directs Hanya Yanigahara’s 2015 Booker Prize-winning novel. Find out more about A Little Life in the West End.

James Norton plays Jude, joined by Luke Thompson as Willem, Omari Douglas as JB, and Zach Wyatt as Malcolm. Elliot Cowman, Zubin Varla, Nathalie Armin and Emilio Doorgasingh. Meet the A Little Life West End cast.

A Little Life features set and lighting design by Jan Versweyveld, costume design by An D’Huys, and music and sound design by Eric Sleichim.

“Hanya’s book has had a profound impact on so many people’s lives, and it’s a privilege to witness the way in which the production is being embraced by audiences... it’s been extraordinary to watch Ivo and this incredible group of actors discover this story anew on stage. It’s a beautiful piece of theatre, and we’re delighted our company want to continue performing the play together at the iconic theatre that is the Savoy – a real honour for a straight play to perform on that stage," said Wessex Grove producers.

When is A Little Life in London?

A Little Life is at the Harold Pinter Theatre from 25 March to 18 June. The play then moves to the Savoy Theatre, with performances from 4 July to 5 August.

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Photo credit: A Little Life cast (Photo by Charlie Gray)

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