|Date||Wednesday 15th January 2020 to Saturday 23rd May 2020|
|Description||An accused murderer claims to be pregnant to escape hanging for her heinous crime and a jury of 12 matrons convene to decide whether she is telling the truth in Lucy Kirkwood's provocative drama set in 18th-century Suffolk. James Macdonald directs Maxine Peake and Ria Zmitrowicz.|
|Time(s)||Apr 20-22, 28-30, May 1 & 2, 7-9, 11, 18-20, 22 & 23, 7.30pm, May 21, 7pm, mats Apr 21, May 2, 9, 23, 2.15pm, closed Mar 16-Apr 12, ends May 23|
|Cast / Artists||Philip McGinley|
|Location||National Theatre Lyttelton|
|Price||Mon-Thu eves/mats £15-£86, Fri & Sat eves £18-£89|
|Telephone No.||020 7452 3000|
|Web links||Related link|
National Theatre Lyttelton
|Telephone No.||Box Office: +44 (0)20 7452 3000|
Group Bookings: +44 (0)20 7452 3010
|Parking||Underground parking nearby at a cost of £2.80 after 5pm and £3.90 if attending a daytime ticketed event (only valid 10.00am-6.00pm. The car park ticket must be stamped at the Lyttleton information desk, and presented on leaving the car park). |
Spaces reserved for disabled customers near lifts.
|Opening times||Opening Hours 9.30am to 8.00pm Monday to Saturday.|
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Cast members may be subject to change. If you want to make sure that a cast member will be performing on a certain date, please contact the theatre.