A new production reimagining Thomas Hardy’s ‘Jude the Obscure’
- Up to 53% off ‘Jude’
- Script by Howard Brenton
- Tickets from £15
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‘Jude’ is an ambitious new piece of theatre loosely based on Thomas Hardy’s final novel ‘Jude the Obscure’. In his reimagined version, writer Howard Brenton has turned Jude into Judith, a self-taught Syrian refugee whose lifelong ambition is to to study at Oxford University. About to be let go from her job as a cleaner, Judith’s employer notices here intellectual prowess – and she knows talent when she sees it. She will stop at nothing to achieve her dream.
The show is directed by Hampstead Theatre stalwart Edward Hall, and this will be his last production at Hampstead Theatre. Plus, tickets to this moving show are up to 53% off when you book through us – take your seat from just £15.
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- This is valid for one ticket to ‘Jude’ at Hampstead Theatre.
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- Customers purchasing multiple tickets in the same transaction under the same name will be sat together.
- This booking cannot be cancelled, refunded, exchanged or used in conjunction with any other offer.