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Around the World in 80 Days

Fri 23 Jun–Sat 8 Jul

A New Vic Theatre Production in partnership with Simon Friend and Kenny Wax Family Entertainment and in association with Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester

By Jules Verne
Adapted by Laura Eason
Directed by Theresa Heskins

109 characters, eight actors, six trains, six boats, four fights, two dances, one storm, a circus act and an elephant will take centre stage once again as we bring back our much-loved escapade, Around The World In 80 Days!

The mysterious and fabulously wealthy Phileas Fogg wagers his life’s fortune that he can circumnavigate the globe in just 80 days. Join him and his loyal valet Passepartout, as they voyage from the misty alleys of Victorian London, across the subcontinent and on to the Wild West in a race against the clock.

See it at home in the New Vic before it sets off on a nationwide tour across the country.

Booking Information
Showing: Friday 23 June–Saturday 8 July 2017

Tickets: £14.00 - £23.50
First Night Fever: Fri 23 June – All seats £16.50 (no cons)
Talkback: Tue 4 July

Concessions: £2.00 off
Group Discounts: £2.00 off for ten or more
Four Friends for £66
Under 26s Go Free

Interpreted Performances

Captioned: 7.30pm Tue 4 July
Audio described: 2.15pm Sat 8 July

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