Girl From The North Country

Girl From The North Country Tickets

The Old Vic, London, SE1 8NB
4.9 out of 5, based on 23 ratings and 23 reviews.
4.9
  • The Old Vic is proud to present the world premiere of Girl From the North Country, an electrifying new work from esteemed playwright Conor McPherson along with classic songs from Bob Dylan.

    Duluth, Minnesota in the midst of the Great Depression. A family adrift, their future on a knife edge. Lost and lonely people drifting through rooms of their guesthouse. But Nick Laine thinks he’s seen a way out…

    Directed by Conor McPherson, the cast includes Sheila Atim (Les Blancs), Ron Cook (Mr Selfridge, Our Country's Good), Bronagh Gallagher (War Horse), Shirley Henderson (Trainspotting, Harry Potter), Ciarán Hinds (Closer, The Crucible), Arinzé Kene (The Pass, Good Dog), Debbie Kurup (The Threepenny Opera, The Bodyguard), Sam Reid (Belle, '71, The Riot Club), Jack Shalloo (Groundhog Day, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) and Stanley Townsend (The Nether, The Plough And The Stars).

    At The Old Vic Theatre from Wednesday 12 July to Saturday 7 Oct 2017, book your Girl From the North Country tickets today! 

    *Please note: Contains some moderate use of strong language and adult themes.

  • The Old Vic

    103 The Cut,
    Corner of Waterloo Road,
    London,
    SE1 8NB

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  • EVENING STANDARD


    'Magnificent'


    GUARDIAN


    'Astonishing'


    THE INDEPENDENT


    'Piercingly beautiful'


    THE OBSERVER


    'Conor McPherson weaves magic with Bob Dylan's songs'


    THE TIMES


    'An instant classic'


    DAILY EXPRESS


    'It works beautifully'


    DAILY MAIL


    'The show has a heart'


    MAIL ON SUNDAY


    'Dylan fans have no choice but to grab tickets'


    METRO


    'Sublime'


    RADIO TIMES


    'We could gladly spend a whole, binge-worthy Netflix series with these people, but instead we just see glimpses of their longings and disappointments, lit up gorgeously by Dylan's songs'


    THE STAGE


    'The cast is superb'


    THE SUNDAY TIMES


    'Dylan's songs expand the emotional palette: direct and gnomic, raging and desiring'


    TIMES OUT


    'Powerful'