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A View from the Bridge

In celebration of the centenary of Arthur Miller’s birth, the Touring Consortium Theatre Company proudly present

A View from the Bridge

Wednesday 8 - Saturday 11 April 2015

  • Presented at Belgrade Main stage
  • Tickets: £10.75 - £25.50 Concessions £8.50 - £23.50

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“Compelling … memorable … perfect” The Guardian

Set in the dangerous and mysterious world of New York’s Brooklyn harbour in the 1950s where the lives of dockworkers and longshoremen, many recent immigrants to the United States, played out.

Respected longshoreman, Eddie Carbone, lives with his wife and niece in a tight-knit Italian immigrant community bound by strong moral codes of justice and loyalty. When two family cousins, Marco and Rodolpho, arrive from Italy and enter their lives, the balance of Eddie’s family relationships is seriously rocked.

As the young men seek work, wealth and security they find themselves under threat in a country simmering with a mirage called the American Dream.

The play crackles with raw emotion and tension as proud Eddie is driven to an act that will tear his family and the whole community apart.

Jonathan Guy Lewis stars as Eddie. A stalwart of British TV drama his credits include Soldier, Soldier, London’s Burning and Coronation Street. He is joined by television favourite Michael Brandon (Dempsey & Makepeace and Episodes).

Regarded as a one of Arthur Miller’s greatest plays, this gripping and passionate drama ranks as one of the great classics of our time.

Age recommendation: 12+

Wed 8 Apr 7:45pm
Thu 9 Apr 2:30pm
Thu 9 Apr 7:45pm
Fri 10 Apr 7:45pm
Sat 11 Apr 2:30pm Audio Described
Sat 11 Apr 7:45pm Captioned Performance

Access Performances:

Captioned Performance: Sat 11 Apr, 7.45pm
Audio Described Performance: Sat 11 Apr, 2.30pm

Community casting for Miller masterpiece A View From The Bridge

Posted on 19th December 2014

Touring Consortium Theatre Company seeks aspiring actors to join professional cast in A View From The Bridge. Read more

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