UKTW - 25 years online
CORONAVIRUS: 22Feb21 UpdateAll UK venues closed on 16th March 2020. After the Prime Minister's announcement it would appear that, subject to continued control of the virus, venues may re-open with social distancing and limits on audiences from 17th May. Social distancing restrictions may be removed from 21st June. We will continue to update our listings as much as possible to reflect the changes as/when they are reported.

Performance

VenueLyttelton (National Theatre)
Other spaces: Lyttelton Loft
TownWest End
CountyGreater London
From15th March 2010
Opened23rd March 2010
To7th July 2010
WhenMar10 15,16,17,18,19,20,22,24,25, Apr10 7,8,9,10,12 at 19:30. Mar10 23 19:00. Apr10 10 Mat 14:14. Apr10 11 Mat 15:00
PricesFrom £10.00. To £42.50.
What is currently on at Lyttelton (National Theatre) (V374)

The White Guard

The White GuardT01809041997
his overcoat is neutral darling, neither Bolshevik nor Menshevik. Just essence of Prole. In Kiev during the Russian Civil War, the Turbin household is sanctuary to a ragtag, close-knit crowd presided over by the beautiful Lena. As her brothers prepare to fight for the White Guard, friends charge in from the riotous streets amidst an atmosphere of heady chaos, quaffing vodka, keeling over, declaiming, taking baths, playing guitar, falling in love. But the new regime is poised and in its brutal triumph lies destruction for the Turbins and their world. And those are the real enemies we face, deep in the shadows. This modern man with no name, no past, no love. This desperate hate-filled man born of loneliness and frustration. This man with nothing to be proud of, nothing he is part of...
Author Mikhail Bulgakov


Archive :: production:T01809041997, play:S1321565626, venue:V374

Production details

Running Time: 2hrs 40mins inclu. interval

Special Performances


  • 12 May 10 Open Captioned (STAGETEXT)
  • 21 May 10 Audio Described
  • 22 May 10 Audio Described
  • 23 Jun 10 Open Captioned (STAGETEXT)

Company

Producer National Theatre
Adapted by Andrew Upton
Director Howard Davies
Design Bunny Christie
Lighting Neil Austin
Sound Christopher Shutt
Performer Graham Butler (Franko)
Performer Anthony Calf (Hetman)
Performer Peter Campion (Galanba)
Performer Pip Carter (Larion)
Performer Gunnar Cauthery (Cobbler)
Performer Hannah Croft (Woman)
Performer Marcus Cunningham (Uragon)
Performer Paul Dodds (Cossack)
Performer Kevin Doyle (Talberg)
Performer Nick Fletcher (Alexander)
Performer Daniel Flynn (Alexei)
Performer Keiran Flynn (Kirpaty)
Performer Michael Grady-Hall (Officer 1/Doctor)
Performer Mark Healy (Von Shratt)
Performer Richard Henders (Nikolai)
Performer Paul Higgins (Vicktor)
Performer Conieth Hill (Leonid Yurevich)
Performer Nick Julian (Officer/Cadet)
Performer Dermot Kerrigan (Bolbotun)
Performer Stuart Martin (Von Durst)
Performer Barry McCarthy (Fyodr/Maxim)
Performer Daniel Millar (Officer/Cadet)
Performer Justine Mitchell (Lena)

© Dynamic Listing Ltd, UK
1995-2021
PRIVACY and GDPR
Listings powered by Dynamic Listing Ltd
Multidomain certificate installed

Cookies in Use