The Bridge Theatre, a brand new 900-seat commercial theatre founded by Nicholas Hytner and Nick Starr, formerly of the National Theatre opens this autumn on the riverfront by London Bridge. Offering up an exciting mix of new work and reinventions of classics, its first season will include a new comedy, Young Marx, by Richard Bean and Clive Coleman, directed by Nicholas Hytner with Rory Kinnear in the title role. This is followed by Julius Caesar, staged in promenade by Nicholas Hytner, with Ben Whishaw as Brutus. Then in April comes a new play, Nightfall, by rising playwright and novelist Barney Norris, directed by Laurie Sansom.
Tickets for these three productions go on sale on 19 April to Priority Members, ahead of the general public on Thursday 27 April
How to redeem
Aged 35 and under: Priority Membership is being offered at £20 (standard £35).*
Terms and Conditions
- * Under 35s must provide proof of age at the theatre.
- Memberships last for 1 year.
- Memberships are for personal use only, and are non-transferable and non-refundable.
- Promotional offers are subject to change.
- The full terms will be found here: www.bridgetheatre.co.uk/terms-conditions
The Bridge Theatre
One Tower Bridge
From October 2017
Mon – Sat
8:30am – 11pm
(6:30pm on Mondays when there is no Monday Night at The Bridge event)
12 noon – 6:30pm.
The Bridge will usually be open on bank holidays (except for Christmas Day) but opening times may vary
Booking number: 0333 320 0050