‘Pride and Prejudice’ retold at the Jermyn Street Theatre

Over 200 years since it was first published, a new adaptation of Jane Auten’s classic tome will be brought to life at the Jermyn Street Theatre – using only two actors to tell the tale.

After a successful national tour, Joannah Tincey’s richly praised and enchanting retelling of one of the nation’s favourite novels comes to London during the festive season. Much to the delight of Austen fans all over the capital.

The play uses nothing but two actors to interpret Austen’s text, in the hope of illuminating the novel in a fresh and relevant way for the modern viewer – and in turn offering a brand new interpretation of one of literature’s greatest love stories.

‘Pride and Prejudice’ @ Jermyn Street Theatre, 16b Jermyn Street, London SW1Y 6ST. From 30th November – 21st December 2016

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