Tuesday 5 June – Saturday 9 June
Opening on tonight is the intense, clever and claustrophobic No Exit, a translation of Sartre’s 1944 play Huis Clos. It is the story of Garcin, Inez and Estelle who are about to discover why they have been brought inexplicably together in the confines of a small room …
‘a phenomenon of the modern theatre … it should be seen
whether you like it or not’ – Stark Young (NY critic,1946)
Tickets for this exciting piece of drama are selling fast and we advise booking in advance (tickets can be exchanged should you want to change nights). Read more about the play here or book your tickets here.