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Cyrano de Bergerac Tickets

Harold Pinter Theatre

James McAvoy and director Jamie Lloyd bring their radical reboot of Cyrano de Bergerac back to London for a strictly limited season.

The Olivier Award-winning play returns

James McAvoy and Jamie Lloyd reunite for a second season of their electrifying, Olivier Award-winning Cyrano de Bergerac, as the play returns to London for five weeks only.  

Based on Edmund Rostand’s French classic, Cyrano de Bergerac is the story of a nobleman and soldier who is talented in combat and poetry, but hampered by anxiety over his famously large nose. When the handsome Christian professes his love for Roxane, lovestruck Cyrano writes poetry in his friend’s name. But will he ever reveal the truth behind his words? 

This bold and exciting reimagining of Cyrano de Bergerac, adapted by Martin Crimp (Attempts on Her Life), premiered at the Playhouse Theatre in 2019, with James McAvoy in the title role. McAvoy and director Jamie Lloyd have previously collaborated on The Ruling Class and Macbeth at Trafalgar Studios. 

Open at the Harold Pinter Theatre for a strictly limited season, book Cyrano de Bergerac tickets for a second chance to experience this hugely inventive play, devised by some of the UK’s best theatre talents.

Performance dates:
01 Mar 2022 - 12 Mar 2022
Running time:
2 hours and 50 minutes including an interval.
Age recommendation:
Best for age 12+

Cyrano de Bergerac Reviews

75 Reviews
  • 5 Stars84%
  • 4 Stars13%
  • 3 Stars3%
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User Reviews


Different but amazing. The set is minimalist to say the least and there were no real costumes. The leading actors were superb. It is 2 hours 50 minutes with a 20 minute interval, so quite long. However, it flew by. Both funny and sad, well worth Read more

Performance date: 23 February 2022

An absolute tour de force performance by James McAvoy anchors a supremely talented cast performing a wonderfully reinterpreted update of a classic play. The sheer intensity of Jamie Lloyd's direction fully earned the show a wonderfully focused, and s Read more

Performance date: 05 February 2022

The performance from James McAvoy was phenominal. Stole the show. Unfortunately, I found it quite hard to follow as it was slightly too artsy for me. If you understand the plot beforehand it might be easier.

Performance date: 04 February 2022
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