Girl From the North Country

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The Show

Written and directed by Conor McPherson

Music and lyrics by Bob Dylan

After rapturous critical acclaim and a sell-out season at the OLD VIC THEATRE, ‘GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY’ now transfers to the West End for a strictly limited season. Award-winning playwright Conor McPherson beautifully weaves the iconic songbook of Bob Dylan into this powerful new show full of hope, heartbreak and soul. Don’t miss the unique opportunity to experience a “magnificent” (Standard), “astonishing” (Guardian) and “piercingly beautiful” (Independent) production brought vividly to life by an extraordinary company of actors and musicians.

Duluth, Minnesota. 1934. A community living on a knife-edge huddle together in the local guesthouse.

The owner, Nick, owes more money than he can ever repay, his wife Elizabeth is losing her mind and their daughter Marianne is carrying a child no-one will account for. When a preacher selling bibles and a boxer looking for a comeback show up in the middle of the night, things start to spiral beyond the point of no return…

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Reviews

Magnificent

- Evening Standard

Astonishing

- The Guardian

Piercingly beautiful

- The Independent

An instant classic

- The Times

The cast is superb

- The Stage

Powerful

- Time Out

Sublime

- The Metro

Conor McPherson weaves magic with Bob Dylan’s songs

- The Observer

It works beautifully

- Daily Express

Dylan fans have no choice but to grab tickets

- The Mail on Sunday

The show has a heart

- Daily Mail

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Noel Coward Theatre Seat Plan

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Noel Coward Theatre

Choose your seats from the plan of the Noel Coward Theatre above. If you're making your first visit to a theatre or you're simply unsure about where you'd most like to be seated, here's a quick guide to help you choose:

The Stalls are level with and closest to the stage. The Dress Circle (or simply the Circle) is the level of seating above the Stalls. The Upper Circle or Grand Circle is above the Dress Circle. The Balcony, above the Upper Circle, is the highest level of seating.

Venue Info

Noel Coward Theatre

The Noël Coward Theatre is situated on St Martin's Lane in the West End of London, close to Leicester Square tube station. Built in 1903, this 886 seat venue once presented a piece by Italian dictator Benito Mussolini, which closed after just 32 performances.

The first production at the Noël Coward Theatre was Rosemary by Louis N. Parker, which opened on March 12 1903. Among the most notable of the countless shows to have graced this venerable West End theatre’s stage since then are Noël Coward’s first play I’ll Leave it to You, George Bernard Shaw’s St Joan, Children of a Lesser God and A Month in the Country.

Originally called the New Theatre, this distinguished institution has a very rich history. During WWII the theatre acted as a base for the Sadler’s Wells and Old Vic companies when their own theatres were damaged. The theatre was renamed The Albery Theatre in 1973 to honour Bronson Albery, who managed the theatre’s fortune for many years.

In 2005 the lease for the theatre was granted to Delfont-Mackintosh Theatres. Major restructuring has taken place in the theatre since then, including re-carpeting, new seats, rebuilding of the balcony, extension of the backstage area and the restoration of the stalls bar to its original size. The theatre was constructed without columns, so a clear and uninterrupted view is available to all audience members no matter where they are sitting in the auditorium.

The layout, size and atmosphere of the Noël Coward Theatre make it the perfect place to see large scale dramas or high energy musicals and comedies. Recent successes include Celebration, A Christmas Carol, Avenue Q, Calendar Girls, Enron, Death Trap, Million Dollar Quartet and Gatz.

Whatever you decide to see at the Noël Coward Theatre, we wish you an entertaining and rewarding visit.


Venue Address: 85-88 St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4AUView Map

Venue Facilities:

  • Air conditioned
  • Bar
  • Disabled toilets
  • Infrared hearing loop
  • Toilets
  • Wheelchair accessible

Travel Info

Nearest Tube Station:Leicester Square
Tube Lines:Piccadilly, Northern
Nearest Rail:Charing Cross
Bus Numbers:(Charing Cross) 24, 29, 176; (Strand) 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 87, 91, 139
Night Bus Numbers:(Charing Cross) 24, 176, N5, N20, N29, N41, N279; (Strand) 6, 23, 139, N9, N15, N11, N13, N21, N26, N44, N47, N87, N89, N91, N155, N343, N551
Congestion Charge Zone:Yes
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