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The Tricycle Theatre's production of Florian Zeller's drama The Mother, in a new translation by Christopher Hampton, has extended its booking period by one week to 12 March 2016 to meet popular demand.
The production began previews at the north London venue on 21 January 2016, before formally opening on 26 January where it was greeted with strong reviews. London Theatre's Mark Shenton gave the show a 5-Star review, calling it an "unmissable production".
"Anne loved that time in her life when she prepared breakfast each morning for her two young children, Sara and Nicholas. Now her children have grown up and have lives and loves of their own. Spending hours alone, Anne’s world begins to twist around her. Has her favoured son Nicholas really returned to her? And what of the suspicious actions of her husband?"
The production stars Richard Clothier, Gina McKee, Frances McNamee, and William Postlethwaite. It is directed by Laurence Boswell with design by Mark Bailey.
Florian Zeller returns to the Tricycle following his 2015’s production of The Father which recently completed a run at the Wyndham’s Theatre and returns to the West End for a limited run at the Duke of York’s Theatre.
Tickets for the extended run of The Mother are now on sale.