Orlando opens at The Royal Exchange in February – it’s set to be a sell out show and we’re giving away two tickets.
2014 sees the Royal Exchange’s programme book-ended with two gender transcending performances; and if Maxine Peake’s performance as Hamlet is the Autumn highlight, then kicking off the year with an classically androgynous epic seems good place to start.
Virginia Woolf’s Orlando, a tale that gloriously spans four centuries and transcends gender, opens at the Royal Exchange in February. Based on Woolf’s relationship with Vita Sackville-West, the semi-autobiographical novel was famously named “the longest and most charming love letter in history” by Sackville-West’s own son.
After the success of last year’s production of To Kill A Mockingbird, director Max Webster returns to the Royal Exchange, overseeing writer Sarah Ruhl’s adadption with actor Suranne Jones in the eponymous role. This production is one of our cultural calendar picks for the year ahead, with “don’t miss” scribbled in the margin on our version.
For a chance to win a pair of tickets, all you have to do is fill in the form below. The winner will be picked at random at 10am on Thursday 13 February.
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