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The Prince and The Pauper

Saturday 16 November–Saturday 25 January 2020

New Vic production

By Mark Twain
Adapted and directed by Theresa Heskins

Classic stories, spectacular adventures and lots of fun are the hallmarks of a New Vic Christmas show, and this year will be no exception! Bringing together the same creative team who brought to life our adaptations of The Borrowers, Treasure Island and the UK Theatre Award-winning The Snow Queen, this year we bring to life another classic adventure story in our stunning trademark style!

Prepare for a tale full of heart, filled with imaginative storytelling, live music, humour, puppetry and festive magic as we stage a brand new adaptation of The Prince and The Pauper.

Join us and be enchanted by this story of a chance meeting between two people, which might just change their lives….and the lives of everyone around them.

 

Accessible performances for schools:
Sign Language: Thursday 28 November, 10.30am
Audio Described: Wednesday 8 January, 10.30am
Captioned: Tuesday 14 January, 2.15pm

Accessible performances for families:
Audio Described: Saturday 11 January, 2.15pm
Captioned: Saturday 18 January, 2.15pm
Relaxed Performance: Monday 13 January, 6.00pm

 

Saturday 16 November–Saturday 25 January 2020

Cast & Creatives

Photo Gallery

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Reviews

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"“Superb Staging” ..."

Mark Fisher, The Guardian
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""another example of this theatre’s tight creative team at their best” ..."

Jay Nuttall, The Reviews Hub
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""Sumptuous staging of the Mark Twain classic that offers a feast for the senses"..."

Natalie Douglas, The Stage
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""Magical, captivating and one not to be missed! The Prince and the Pauper is spectacular!"..."

Sonya Farrall, Babababoon.co.uk

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