Charing Cross Road, WC2H 0DA
On Thursday 26 March, A View from the Bridge will be broadcast live to cinemas from the West End by NT Live. For venue information and cinema tickets, click here.
“One of the great theatrical productions of the decade. See it.”
“Mark Strong is simply outstanding in Ivo van Hove’s superb, searing production”
“Ivo van Hove reinvents Arthur Miller - it’s like watching a runaway train hurtle towards you”
“Pure, primal, colossal - Strong’s stupendous Eddie is a force of nature”
“This radical revival of Miller’s mightiest drama is a must-see, never-to-be-forgotten theatrical experience.”
Mail on Sunday
A View from the Bridge transfers to the West End for a strictly limited season, with a stellar cast led by Mark Strong (The Imitation Game, Before I Go To Sleep). Don’t miss this "magnetic, electrifying, astonishingly bold" production which sold out even before it opened at the Young Vic last spring.
The great Arthur Miller confronts the American dream in this dark and passionate tale. In Brooklyn, longshoreman Eddie Carbone welcomes his Sicilian cousins to the land of freedom. But when one of them falls for his beautiful niece, they discover that freedom comes at a price. Eddie’s jealous mistrust exposes a deep, unspeakable secret – one that drives him to commit the ultimate betrayal. The visionary Ivo van Hove directs this stunning production of Miller’s tragic masterpiece, ahead of his adaptation of Antigone with Juliette Binoche at the Barbican.
Click here to see what audiences have been saying about the show in the West End and the response to the production at the Young Vic in 2014.
Performances will take place at the Wyndham's Theatre
Monday to Saturday 7.45pm
Wednesday and Saturday matinees 2.45pm
Running time: 1 hour 55 mins
Monday to Thursday: £59.50, £39.50, £19.50
Friday and Saturday: £62.50, £44.50, £24.50
Premium tickets available via Delfont Mackintosh.
Under 26s can book front row seats for just £10! Limit 2 per person.
Part of the price of every ticket booked through the Young Vic goes towards our scheme enabling young people to see the show at the Wyndham’s. Read about our Taking Part program here.
In the spirit of the way A View from the Bridge was staged at the Young Vic, on-stage seats will be situated on two sides of the stage. These seats are priced at £19.50 - £62.50 and will be in view of the auditorium audience. Your view will be unrestricted and you’ll have a unique opportunity to be right beside the action on stage.
Ticket prices include a £1 Restoration Levy
11 Olivier Award nominations for the Young Vic. 7 of which are for A View from the Bridge - The Guardian
Phoebe Fox: "Clever actresses have longevity because they’re amazing" - The Observer
Introducing Phoebe Fox - Official London Theatre
"Miller writes about the human condition. He holds up a mirror and shows us, through the behaviour of other people, how we behave." - Mark Strong interviewed by the BBC.
Mark Strong on Arthur Miller, being an observer and the electricity of theatre - The Evening Standard
A View from the Bridge named on of the best shows of 2014 by The Evening Standard
"Truly the production of a lifetime. I am thrilled so many more people will share this exceptional experience" - artistic director David Lan on the West End transfer of A View from the Bridge - The Guardian
A View From The Bridge transfers to the West End with an incredible cast led by Mark Strong - The Daily Mail
Nicola Walker talks to The Telegraph about her role as Beatrice in A View from the Bridge
Mark Strong: Arthur Miller and Me in The Sunday Telegraph
"It makes you listen to the play in a different way" Nicola Walker is interviewed by The Independent on Sunday
"My aim is the ultimate production" The Guardian talks to Ivo van Hove about A View from the Bridge
"I never intended to be away so long" Mark Strong talks to the Evening Standard about returning to the stage after a 12 year break to play Eddie in A View from the Bridge
BBC News on the A View from the Bridge cast
Direction Ivo van Hove
Design and Light
Costumes An D’Huys
Sound Tom Gibbons
Dramaturgy Bart Van den Eynde
UK Casting Julia Horan CDG
US Casting Jim Carnahan
Associate Director Jeff James
Associate Designer James Turner
Associate Lighting Designer
Associate Sound Designer