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Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE WITH TWO ACTORS

Pride and PrejudiceRichard Darbourne Ltd presents Jane Austen’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE WITH TWO ACTORS THE ACCLAIMED NEW ADAPTATION OPENING AT SALISBURY PLAYHOUSE ON 18 SEPTEMBER 2014 PRIOR TO UK TOUR.

Over 200 years after the nation’s favourite novel was first published, a highly praised, sparkling and fresh stage adaptation of Pride and Prejudice will open at Salisbury Playhouse on Thursday 18 September prior to a 2 month UK Tour. On sale now.

The show premiered at Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds in 2013 and offers a brand new interpretation of one of the nation’s favourite love stories. This inventive adaptation sees two actors juggle the full gamut of Austen’s well-loved characters; they journey from the Meryton Assembly to the grounds of Pemberley; and take Darcy and Lizzy from instant dislike to something altogether more different, all in just two hours. Every word that is spoken is Austen’s.

In this imaginative and loving adaptation by Joannah Tincey, two actors bring to life Austen’s words with great skill and agility. Joannah Tincey says: “I wanted to create an adaptation where the characters talk to the audience in the same way that Austen talks to her reader. By addressing the audience directly and allowing the characters to speak for themselves, we are bringing Jane Austen’s unique and witty writing style to life in a truly theatrical context.”

Sure to please Austen fans as well as those looking for a fresh and surprising new piece of theatre, Pride and Prejudice is a production not to be missed.

Pride and Prejudice is directed by Abigail Anderson with design by Dora Schweitzer, lighting design by Simon Wilkinson and sound design by Mark Melville. It is adapted for the stage by Joannah Tincey and stars Joannah Tincey and Nick Underwood. It is produced by Richard Darbourne Ltd, whose recent productions include the 2014 UK Tour of Avenue Q, Barbershopera’s The Three Musketeers (UK Tour and South Korea) and All That Fall by Samuel Beckett starring Eileen Atkins and Michael Gambon and directed by Trevor Nunn.

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UK TOUR LISTINGS
THURSDAY 18 – SATURDAY 20 SEPTEMBER 2014
SALISBURY PLAYHOUSE, Salberg Studio

MONDAY 22 – TUESDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 2014
EXETER CYGNET THEATRE

WEDNESDAY 24 – FRIDAY 26 SEPTEMBER 2014
CROYDON ASHCROFT THEATRE

SATURDAY 27 SEPTEMBER 2014
THEATRE HAFREN, POWYS

TUESDAY 30 SEPT – WEDNESDAY 1 OCTOBER 2014
SWANSEA GRAND THEATRE

THURSDAY 2 – SATURDAY 4 OCTOBER 2014
GUILDFORD YVONNE ARNAUD, The Mill Studio

WEDNESDAY 8 – THURSDAY 9 OCTOBER 2014
SOLIHULL ARTS CENTRE

FRIDAY 10 OCTOBER 2014
BASINGSTOKE HAYMARKET

SATURDAY 11 OCTOBER 2014
THE STAG, SEVENOAKS

SUNDAY 12 OCOTBER 2014
THE PLACE, BEDFORD

TUESDAY 14 – WEDNESDAY 15 OCTOBER 2014
NEWBURY CORN EXCHANGE

THURSDAY 16 OCTOBER 2014
CHIPPING NORTON THEATRE

FRIDAY 17 OCTOBER 2014
THE ARTRIX, BROMSGROVE

SATURDAY 18 OCTOBER 2014
WELWYN HAWTHORNE THEATRE

SUNDAY 19 OCTOBER 2014
CANTERBURY MARLOWE THEATRE

WEDNESDAY 22 – SATURDAY 25 OCTOBER 2014
THEATRE ROYAL, BURY ST EDMUNDS

FRIDAY 31 OCTOBER 2014
THE MILL, BANBURY

SUNDAY 2 NOVEMBER 2014
NORTHERN IRELAND, NEWTONABBEY, THEATRE AT THE MILL

TUESDAY 4 NOVEMBER
ARTS DEPOT, NORTH LONDON

THURSDAY 6 – FRIDAY 7 NOVEMBER
RUTLAND UPPINGHAM THEATRE

SATURDAY 8 NOVEMBER
LINCOLN ARTS CENTRE

MONDAY 10 NOVEMBER
THE LIGHTS, ANDOVER

TUESDAY 11 NOVEMBER
WYCOMBE SWAN

WEDNESDAY 12 NOVEMBER
KENDAL BREWERY ARTS

FRIDAY 14 NOVEMBER
THE PHOENIX THEATRE, NORTHUMBERLAND

SATURDAY 15 NOVEMBER
NEWARK PALACE THEATRE

SUNDAY 16 NOVEMBER
HAZLITT ARTS CENTRE, MAIDSTONE

WEDNESDAY 19 NOVEMBER
THEATRE BY THE LAKE, KESWICK

THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER
EDGEHILL ROSE THEATRE

FRIDAY 21 – SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER
YORK THEATRE ROYAL, Studio

Tuesday 16th September 2014

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