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LET THE RIGHT ONE IN Stage Play Re-Opens the Apollo

LET THE RIGHT ONE IN 1  - Original Cast - cManuel HarlanHaving scooped the South Bank award, John Tiffany’s critically-acclaimed production of LET THE RIGHT ONE IN makes its way to London’s West End this 26th March for a strictly limited season. The adaptation will be the very first show to open the curtains in the recently refurbished Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue.

Tony and Olivier Award-winning director John Tiffany (Black Watch, Once) directs this major new production, adapted for the stage by Jack Thorne based on the Swedish novel and cult-hit film by John Ajvide LindqvistLet the Right One In and the subsequent Hollywood remake. The creative team also includes Olivier Award-winning associate director Steven Hoggett (Black Watch, Beautiful Burnout, American Idiot) whilst design duties come from Tony Award winner Christine Jones (American Idiot, Spring Awakening.)

Given the wide appeal of the production the producers, in association with Nimax Theatres, have opted to adopt a unique pricing scheme to make it as accessible as possible: a £21.00 allocation for under 21s, a £15.00 day seat allocation, a no per-ticket booking fee policy, and a special arrangement with the Royal Court Theatre whereby they will be selling tickets directly. There is also the possibility of reduced price previews from 26 March to 5 April saving audiences £10.00 off standard prices.

As an additional bonus the all new auditorium features a stunning new cyclorama set to take the play itself into the auditorium, immersing audiences even further into the event. 

LET THE RIGHT ONE IN arrives on 26 March and is not recommended for children under the age of 13.

We’ll leave you with the trailer produced for the Royal Court Theatre production which we’ll sure will tempt you to get hold of some tickets.


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