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Now Open: The Seagull and,
at the Barbican, To Kill A Mockingbird
24
Jun

By Open Air Theatre

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We are delighted to have two productions now open, The Seagull (playing until 11 July) and To Kill a Mockingbird which has started a month-long residency at the Barbican (until 25 July).

Photos have now been released for The Seagull, featuring Jon Bausor’s stunning designs (Jon also designed Peter Pan, To Kill a Mockingbird and Lord of the Flies), so do take a look. Don’t miss this refreshing, captivating, funny and surprising Chekhov classic, which is already wowing audiences:

“amazing – possibly the best play I’ve ever seen!”
“THAT’S how you do Chekhov!”
“Striking and superb!”
The Seagull was a sight to behold with some of the best scenes I’ve seen in theatre”

As To Kill a Mockingbird opens at the Barbican, we are thrilled to welcome back Robert Sean Leonard as Atticus Finch, “a marvel of restraint, conveying not showy heroism but weary, doubtful fragility” ★★★★★ The Times. With a few tickets still available, this is the last chance to catch our award-winning production. To book visit the Barbican website.

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