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Once In A Lifetime

25TH NOVEMBER 2016 - 14TH JANUARY 2017

Design by Hyemi Shin. 

ONCE IN A LIFETIME by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman, adapted by Christopher Hart. 

Actor and comedian Harry Enfield makes his stage debut in this classic Broadway comedy, directed by the remarkable Richard Jones. The cast includes Daniel Abelson, Kevin Bishop, Claudie Blakley, Okorie Chukwu, Lucy Cohu, Lizzy Connolly, Buffy Davis, Otto Farrant, Amy Griffiths, Amanda Lawrence and John Marquez.

Hollywood, 1930. The first-ever talking motion picture is a smash hit and suddenly every actor needs a voice. Three New Yorkers head west to cash in on the talkies trend by opening an elocution school. But in a city heaving with clueless ingenues, all-powerful studio moguls and neurotic screenwriters, success is trickier than it sounds. Misadventures abound. Our three heroes vie to become the next big thing in Tinsel Town. 

ONCE IN A LIFETIME is running at the Young Vic Theatre from Friday 25th November 2016 until Saturday 14th January 2017. For more information and to book tickets, click here.

Reviews:
The Guardian: 3 stars ***
The Independent: 3 stars ***
The Telegraph: 3 stars ***
 

 

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