Trafalgar Releasing, in partnership with Wessex Grove, Gavin Kalin Productions and Playful Productions, today announces the cinema release of Ivo van Hove’s English language première of Hanya Yanagihara’s critically acclaimed prize-winning novel, A Little Life, in venues across the UK and selected European countries on 28 September 2023. Tickets will go on sale from 6 July via www.ALittleLifeCinema.com.
The box office record-breaking production will be filmed across 4 performances – 6 July, both performances on 8 July, and 9 July – at the Savoy Theatre. These performances are the last ones to be put on sale – offering the final opportunity to see the production live. Tickets for these performances will go on sale from www.atgtickets.com/shows/a-little-life/savoy-theatre/ at midday today.
Van Hove directs James Norton (Jude), Luke Thompson (Willem), Omari Douglas (JB), Zach Wyatt (Malcolm), Elliot Cowan (Brother Luke/Doctor Traylor/Caleb), Zubin Varla (Harold), Nathalie Armin (Ana), and Emilio Doorgasingh (Andy). The production is currently running at the Harold Pinter Theatre until 18 June; before transferring to the Savoy Theatre from 4 July to 5 August.
Wessex Grove’s Benjamin Lowy and Emily Vaughan-Barratt said today, “Producing Hanya’s ground-breaking novel A Little Life on stage has been an extraordinary privilege, and it’s been humbling to see how many people have embraced Ivo’s production. We’re grateful to be able to partner with Trafalgar Releasing to take this show to audiences across the UK and Europe, who otherwise have not had the opportunity to share in this one off piece of theatre making and the cast’s incredible performances.”
Marc Allenby, CEO of Trafalgar Releasing, commented, “Following the sold-out run of A Little Life in the West End, it’s great to partner with Wessex Grove, Gavin Kalin Productions and Playful Productions to bring the hottest London theatre event of 2023 to the big screen, sharing this acclaimed production with both theatre lovers and fans of the book across the UK and Europe.”