August Strindberg's dramatic play comes to life in this modern adaptation by the renowned Marit Moum Aune. Marriage, turmoil and temptation sits at the heart of this comedy drama. Join Edgar and Alice, a military captain and his wife whose broken marriage makes it to its 25th anniversary. Watch as all hell breaks loose with the unexpected arrival of a mysterious stranger, and the unraveling of bitter truths that'd make you wonder if it were all better concealed.
Despite its comedy and flare for drama, Dance of Death provides a deeper underlying commentary on topics such as marriage, societal expectations, loyalty, and the human condition. Backed by a skillful translation by Kjell Askildsen and performances by acclaimed Norwegian actors such as Pia Tjelta as Alice, Jon Øigarden as Edgar and Thorbjørn Harr, you won't regret buying Dance of Death London tickets.
Experience resentment, aggression, and infidelity as it churns in an isolated castle. Tension reaches an all time high between Edgar and Alice, a Swedish couple whose marriage that’s touching its 25th anniversary lies in fragments. However, the castle is not as isolated as it seems. In it resides a mysterious stranger. As time progresses it becomes apparent that he knows something about their past unbeknownst to each other. Dance of Death invites you to watch love, hatred, and identity clash as its characters battle for survival. Who makes it out unscathed? Book your Dance of Death London tickets to find out.
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Booking Period: From 16 March 2023 to 31 March 2023
The Coronet Theatre, previously known as The Print Room, is an Off West End theatre which is housed in the former Coronet Cinema. The structure was constructed as a theatre in 1898 and the contemporary organisation, which launched in September 2010, was established in Westbourne Grove, London. It presents a collection of theatre, visual art, dance, poetry, cinema, and music.
Seating Capacity: 195
Address: 103 Notting Hill Gate, London W8 7TA, United Kingdom
Tube: The nearest tube station is Notting Hill Gate
Bus: 27, 28, 31, 52, 94, 148, 328, and 452
Available Facilities: Accessible foyer, Restrooms, Bar
Accessibility: Accessible foyer, captioned and audio described performances, BSL interpreted performances
Security: Please be aware that for your comfort and security all audience members will be subject to security checks upon arrival at the Coronet Theatre.
Dress Code: Smart and casual wear or semi-formals are recommended. Keep in mind that most London theatres are air-conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly.
Outside Food: Most theatres do not allow outside food inside the theatres but most of them also have a café or restaurant inside the premises or nearby.
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Dance of Death opens on 16 March 2023 at the Coronet Theatre.
Dance of Death does not have a strict age limit. However, it is most suitable for children aged 14 and above.
Dance of Death is playing at the Coronet Theatre in London and opens on 16 March 2023.
The running time of Dance of Death is 1 hr 30 mins with no intermission.
Dance of Death is a play about a Swedish couple, Edgar and Alice living in an isolated castle. Upon the arrival of their 25th anniversary and the arrival of a mysterious stranger, hidden truths begin to resurface as questions of love, hatred, and infidelity loom over the couple.
The main stars of Dance of Death are Pia Tjelta starring as Alice, Jon Øigarden playing the role of Edgar and Thorbjørn Harr assuming the role of Kurt.
There is no specific dress code at West End. However, it is prudent to dress in semi-formals or smart casuals and something comfortable. Carry a light sweater or a jacket as the theatre can get a bit chilly.
No, outside food is not allowed while attending Dance of Death. Most theatres do have a cafeteria or bar inside the premises where you can get snacks and drinks.
The Coronet Theatre has multiple facilities including an accessible foyer, restrooms and a bar available for the audiences during the Dance of Death.
Photography, videography, and sound recording are prohibited inside the theatre. Some theatres do have a souvenir shop from where you can purchase pictures of stills of the show.
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