Thornton Wilder’s best-known play is an affectionate portrait of small-town American life in the early years of the last century. First produced in 1938 it is both warm and profoundly moving, at times funny; at others solemn. The play won the 1938 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and is one of the most successful plays of the 20th century.

DIRECTED by Mike Reed

Thursday 18th - Saturday 18th October 2007
Performance times: 19:45
Sat 20th Matinee: 15:00

in the Main Auditorum at the Kenneth More Theatre

Box Office : 020 8553 4466
(credit cards bookings available)