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Preview: Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour at London Duke of York’s Theatre

Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour transfers to London’s West End in May 2017

Sonia Friedman Productions, Scott M. Delman and Tulchin Bartner Productions present The National Theatre of Scotland and Live Theatre production of

Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour
London Duke of York’s Theatre
Monday 15th  May - Saturday 2nd September 2017
Photo Manuel Harlan
Adapted by Lee Hall from the novel The Sopranos by Alan Warner
Directed by Vicky Featherstone
Music Sourced, Arranged and Supervised by Martin Lowe
Designed by Chloe Lamford
Choreographed by Imogen Knight
Lighting by Lizzie Powell
Sound by Mike Walker

Featuring the songs of ELO

Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour is set to transfer to London’s West End in spring 2017.  Originally a co-production between Live Theatre and National Theatre of Scotland Our Ladies…  will run between 15 May to 2 September 2017 (previews from 9 May) at the Duke of York’s Theatre presented by Sonia Freidman Productions, Scott M. Delman and Tulchin Bartner Productions.

Photo Peter Dibdin
Vicky Featherstone’s smash-hit production of Lee Hall’s musical adaptation of Alan Warner’s The Sopranos had its English Premiere at Live Theatre in October 2015 following a sell-out run at Edinburgh International Festival Fringe and tour of Scottish venues, where it won a host of awards and five star critics reviews including a Scotsman Fringe First Award, a Herald Angel Award, a Little Devil Herald Award and a Stage Ensemble Award at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2015.

Photo Manuel Harlan
A UK and international tour in 2016, saw the show play to audiences across the country including Newcastle Theatre Royal and performances internationally at festivals in Galway, Connecticut, and Melbourne. It culminated in a sell-out a ten-week run in the Dorfman Theatre, London’s National Theatre, earning the show further award nominations, critical and audience acclaim. In fact the NETG rated it the best show for 2015.

 ‘Big hearted and enjoyably coarse, but with moments of real poignancy, this is a fearless portrait of adolescence, fuelled by songs and Sambuca.’
Evening Standard

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Written by the Lee Hall, creator of Billy Elliot and long-time Live Theatre collaborator, and Vicky Featherstone, Artistic Director of the Royal Court Theatre Our Ladies.. is the uplifting and moving story of six Catholic school girls from Oban, let loose in Edinburgh for the day. Funny, raucous and heart-breaking, the play is adapted from Alan Warner’s brilliant novel about six young friends on the cusp of change.

Featuring, amongst others, the songs of ELO, Our Ladies… is a glorious anthem to friendship, youth and growing up disgracefully. Prepare thyself for 24 hours of holy chaos. Our Ladies… contains singing, hilarity, sambuca and strong language.

Photo Manuel Harlan
Max Roberts, Artistic Director, Live Theatre said: “I'm thrilled that the country's leading commercial producer Sonia Friedman has taken such an imaginative decision to give Our Ladies… another life following its national and international tours and runs at Edinburgh, Live Theatre and the National Theatre, London. I'm delighted that a commissioned production by Live Theatre in partnership with National Theatre of Scotland with such a talented ensemble of young Scottish actresses will command a major West End Stage.”

Photo Chris Auld
Live Theatre is recognised as one of the great new writing theatres on the international stage. Based in Newcastle upon Tyneit is deeply rooted in its local community and produces work as varied and diverse as the audiences it engages with. It is currently producing locker room drama The Red Lion, written by Patrick Marber, starring Stephen Tompkinson which will be performed in Newcastlefrom Thursday 6 April to Saturday 6 May 2017.

The National Theatre of Scotland constantly tours a repertoire of new and acclaimed work with productions regularly presented on theatre stages across the UK and internationally. 

Photo Manuel Harlan
Tickets go on sale to the public from 31 January, and start from £10, with 30,000 tickets priced at £30 and under throughout the run. All previews (from 9 -14 May) will be priced at £30 and less. For tickets and information ring Duke of
York’s Theatre, Box Office on 0844 871 7623.

30,000 tickets will be priced at £30 and under throughout the run, with tickets available from £10 and all previews priced at £30 and less.
Tickets go on sale on Tuesday 31 January
Performance runs from 09 May to 02 September 2017 at the Duke of York’s Theatre, St Martin’s Lane, London, WC2B 4BG
Box Office: 0844 871 7623 /
Age 16+Contains strong language and adult themes

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