Doctor Faustus London Tickets
Doctor Faustus - Kit Harington Takes on Starring Role
Game of Thrones' Kit Harington stars in a new production of Christopher Marlowe's masterpiece for 2016, led by visionary director Jamie Lloyd at London's Duke of York's Theatre. The dynamic actor makes his first return to the stage in six years, and has expressed his excitement at playing such an iconic and exhilarating role. The thrilling version combines the best of the playwright's text with a dark comedic reinterpretation by Colin Teevan, offering a fresh perspective on this classic tale of consequences. Get your Doctor Faustus tickets now on StubHub UK to ensure you don't miss out.
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First published 11 years after the death of its author Christopher Marlowe, this controversial Elizabethan play follows a doctor's journey into the unknown world of necromancy and magic. In this, Teevan's reworking, Faustus makes a pact with the Devil and sells his soul in return for ultimate power and a place as one of the world's greatest living sorcerers. The world of celebrity is intoxicating and he is soon catapulted into a life of fame, fortune and international stardom, but at what cost? The new scenes are weaved seamlessly into the central acts, bringing this 400 year old play into the 21st century and a society of the celebrity obsessed and greedy.
After playing Jon Snow in smash hit TV show Game Of Thrones since 2011, Kit Harington has gone on to appear in films like Spooks: The Greater Good and achieve theatre credits for appearances in War Horse and more recently The Vote at the Donmar Warehouse. Taking the title role, he's joined on stage by other talented actors including, Danielle Flett, Brian Gilligan and Craig Stein. With production by Soutra Gilmour, lighting by Jon Clark and sound by Ben and Max Ringham, this promises to be an exceptional piece of theatre. Get your Doctor Faustus tickets now on StubHub UK to see a classic brought back to life.
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