National Theatre’s Beginning to Transfer to Ambassador’s Theatre

Sam Troughton and Justine Mitchell in Beginning by David Eldridge. Image by Johan Persson
Sam Troughton and Justine Mitchell in Beginning by David Eldridge. Image by Johan Persson

The National Theatre’s critically acclaimed, sold-out production of Beginning, ‘the (anti) romance for 21st-century London life’ (Evening Standard), will transfer to the Ambassadors Theatre for a strictly limited 10-week run from 15 January 2018.

Beginning is a tender and funny look at the first fragile moments of risking your heart and taking a chance. Reprising their highly praised roles as Laura and Danny, Justine Mitchell (Bodies, Royal Court; Mr Burns, Almeida Theatre) and Sam Troughton (King Lear, National Theatre; The Hollow Crown, BBC; and The Ritual), are directed by Polly Findlay (Limehouse, Donmar Warehouse; As You Like It, Protest Song and Antigone, National Theatre) in this season’s must-see hit by David Eldridge (Festen, Market Boy, Under the Blue Sky, In Basildon).

Tickets will go on sale to the public on Monday 20 November at 10am, with a priority booking period for NT members from Friday 10 November.

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