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    Affordable tickets for Cyrano de Bergerac on sale now!

    The talented French ‘jack of all trades’ with a huge conk Cyrano de Bergerac is coming to London’s Playhouse Theatre this November in one of the most highly-anticipated productions of the year. Freely adapted by Martin Crimp and set to star the James McAvoy, the new staging of Cyrano de Bergerac by West End maven Jamie Lloyd is guaranteed to sell out fast! You definitely won't want to 'keep your big nose out of this one!' Catch the classic play by Edmond Rostand this autumn with tickets available now from just £18 and up!

    Affordable tickets for Cyrano de Bergerac on sale now!
    James McAvoy to headline Cyrano de Bergerac, coming to the Playhouse Theatre just in time for Christmas.

    Tickets on sale now for Cyrano de Bergerac starring James McAvoy

    Written in 1897, Edmond Rostand’s magnum opus Cyrano de Bergerac is regarded by many as one of the most significant pieces in French literature of all time and has been staged and revived countless times in the UK and the West End. The last notable revival was the 2009 Chichester Festival Theatre production, which starred renowned film and stage actor Joseph Fiennes. This production will see one of the biggest film actors of our generation, James McAvoy (set to star in Stephen King’s IT Chapter Two this year), don the big prosthetic nose. You’ll witness the X-Men star serve you Pinocchio-Cyrano realness this November.

    James McAvoy will once again team up with Jamie Lloyd, who has spearheaded the new production of Cyrano as part of his new season after his recent, highly successful Pinter at the Pinter season, whose final play Betrayal starring Tom Hiddleston broke box office records at the Harold Pinter Theatre in London. The pair last worked together on Macbeth and The Ruling Class at the West End’s Trafalgar Studios.

    James McAvoy initially hinted at the new Cyrano de Bergerac play two years ago when he posted a photo of himself on Instagram dressed as Professor X whilst wearing a long, fake nose and reading the Martin Crimp script.

    Picture taken from James McAvoy's Instagram account.

    Cyrano de Bergerac Playhouse Theatre creative team

    The upcoming revival and reimagining of Cyrano de Bergerac is directed by Jamie Lloyd and adapted by Martin Crimp from Edmond Rostand’s original work. The classic play with a modern edge boasts set design by award-winning British designer Soutra Gilmour, who in 2012 won the Evening Standard Award for Best Set Design for her work on Inadmissible Evidence at the Donmar Warehouse and Antigone at the National Theatre.

    Also on the creative team for the new London production are Ben and Max Ringham (The Girl On The Train, Betrayal, When The Crow's Visit) providing sound and composition, fight director Kate Waters who often goes by KombatKate, lighting designer Jon Clark (Betrayal, Pinter One, Pinter Three, Pinter Four and Pinter Five), and casting director Stuart Burt (Sister Act for the 2020 UK Tour, Guys and Dolls at the Crucible, How The Grinch Stole Christmas at the Lowry Theatre).

    Cyrano de Bergerac Playhouse Theatre tickets from £18!

    Don't miss the charming tale of French poet Cyrano, who tries to court with the drop-dead gorgeous Roxanne. Will his big nose be a dealbreaker à la Hunchback of Notre Dame, or will he manage to sweep the girl of his dreams off her feet? The desperate loverboy is a fictional account of the real Savinien de Cyrano de Bergerac, a famous French novelist from the 17th century. Cyrano de Bergerac tickets are expected to sell out fast, so be sure to book now before all the good tickets get snatched up!

    Did you know Edmond Rostand is 'still alive' today?

    The late Edmond Rostand still lives on as far as his namesake is concerned. The playwright's great-nephew Eddie Rostand is currently studying medicine. Be sure to check out our Q&A with him!

    Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels

    Ephram is a jack of all trades and enjoys attending theatre, classical music concerts and the opera.

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