Theatre and Comedy

Strange Interlude


National Theatre, South Bank


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Strange Interlude

When war takes your love, you try not going a little crazy...

"The play shines with a quiet magnificence. This is what a national theatre is for and we are fortunate to have it here in London."

- Evening Standard
Anne-Marie Duff (Shameless and The Virgin Queen) plays Nina, an American girl on a frantic search for passion and a new man, after the love of her life is killed in World War One. Eugene O'Neill's epic is considered one of the great masterpieces of American theatre. Premiered on Broadway in 1928, it won the Pulitzer Prize for drama. This is a real cert and a must for theatre lovers. Don't be a fool and pass this up. Seating in the stalls or circle allocated on arrival. Running time is 3 hours 15 minutes, with one interval.

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