No Mans Land Cardiff Tickets
No Man's Land Tickets
Nobel laureate Harold Pinter wrote more than 30 plays during his career, which spanned more than 40 years in the later part of the 20th century. One of the best loved of these plays is No Man's Land, an absurdist work that has baffled and delighted audiences since its release in 1974.
No Man's Land Schedule
For its UK tour, No Man's Land is showing in Sheffield, Newcastle, Brighton and Cardiff. As the last stop on the tour, Cardiff's New Theatre is ready to stage a well-rehearsed performance of this dark and moody play. This century-old theatre is the premier location for productions in Wales, with audiences enjoying a wide range of drama, dance and musical performances.
No Man's Land Performers
Ian McKellan and Patrick Stewart star in the production of No Man's Land at Cardiff New Theatre. Best known to Tolkien fans as Gandalf from The Lord of the Rings, Ian McKellan has starred in a smorgasbord of Shakespeare plays, Broadway productions and popular television programmes. Meanwhile, classic actor Patrick Stewart has dominated big and small screens on both sides of the Atlantic for more than 40 years. These two stars are joined on stage by Owen Teale and Damien Molony, who complete the play's tiny cast.
No Man's Land History
No Man's Land was first performed at the Old Vic Theatre in London in 1974. Following this initial performance, reviewers heaped praise upon the play, describing it as "full of rich comedy." Throughout the decades, No Man's Land has continued to captivate audiences, sparking long-running discussions about what it all means. The version of the play showing at Cardiff New Theatre, which was produced by Sean Mathias, received excellent reviews after its run on Broadway. The actors also enjoyed the experience of Pinter's classic play, with Ian McKellan describing it as "the best job he'd ever had," according to a report in the Huffington Post.
The No Man's Land On Stage
Those who purchase tickets for No Man's Land can look forward to a bizarre and beguiling performance at the New Theatre in Cardiff. The characters gather in a grand, old house to drink, talk and play power games that develop in complexity as the play progresses. Sinister and foreboding, the drama draws viewers into the rich web of relationships that exist between the four main characters, leaving audiences hanging on the edge of their seats. Although it is a deep play that works on multiple levels, No Man's Land never crosses the line into being dull. In fact, throughout the play, the actors deliver comic lines that leave audiences rolling with laughter. Viewers watch, engage, think and laugh, but the one thing they won't do during this play is get bored.
Fans buying No Man's Land tickets may want to consider booking tickets to similar theatrical performances such as Billy Elliot or Les Miserables. Buy and sell the theatre tickets you need -- whether you're looking for the best seats in the house or a good deal -- on StubHub today.
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