Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead
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Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead

Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead Tickets

The Old Vic, London, SE1 8NB
4.9 out of 5, based on 18 ratings and 18 reviews.
4.9
  • Daniel Radcliffe, Joshua McGuire and David Haig star in the celebratory 50th anniversary production of Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead.

    Half a century after its premiere on The Old Vic stage, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead - the play that made a young Stoppard’s name overnight - returns to The Old Vic, directed by David Leveaux.

    Against the backdrop of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, this mind-bending situation comedy sees two hapless minor characters, Rosencrantz (Daniel Radcliffe) and Guildenstern (Joshua McGuire), take centre stage with David Haig as The Player. Increasingly out of their depth, the young double act stumble their way in and out of the action of this iconic drama. In a literary hall of mirrors, Stoppard’s brilliantly funny, existential labyrinth sees us witness the ultimate identity crisis.

    At The Old Vic Theatre until Saturday 29th April 2017, book your Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead tickets today!

  • The Old Vic

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

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  • FINANCIAL TIMES


    'A whirlwind of wordplay'


    METRO


    'A brilliantly crafted, endlessly witty meditation'


    THE STAGE


    'A perfectly blended comedy double act'


    THE TELEGRAPH


    'Radcliffe's Rosencrantz and McGuire's Guildenstern are a delight'


    THE INDEPENDENT


    'The show is fantastically light on its feet and there are moments combine weird beauty and sublime silliness'


    EVENING STANDARD


    'Strange and charming, always clever and sometimes soulful'


    THE TIMES


    'Radcliffe and McGuire bounce off each other like Spacehoppers on a day out'


    THE GUARDIAN


    'Stoppard's sprightly comedy stills shines brightly... David Leveaux's production is nimble and inventive'