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Noel Coward Theatre

After a critically acclaimed world premiere at the Old Vic Theatre, Conor McPherson’s dazzling new musical Girl from the North Country transfers to the West End, playing a strictly limited season at the Noel Coward Theatre. Featuring the incredible music by legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, Girl from the North Country takes place during the Great Depression, as two mysterious drifters irreparably affect a family’s life.

Following a smash-hit, critically acclaimed world premiere at the Old Vic Theatre, Conor McPherson’s brand new musical Girl from the North Country transfers to London’s West End. With tickets available for a strictly limited season at the Noel Coward Theatre, the heralded musical features the iconic music by legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan.

Set in the 1930’s, the tale takes place in the town of Duluth, Minnesota, during the despair of the Great Depression. Following a dysfunctional family as they try to cling on to all they have, their future hangs dangerously in the balance. Kept in money by the lost and lonely drifters that come and go through the doors of their guesthouse, owner Nick Laine thinks there is some hope to escape this disparaging life.

With music from Bob Dylan’s incredibly back catalogue, including “I Want You”, “Like a Rolling Stone” and “Forever Young”, the legendary singer has had a prolific career spanning over 50 years. With more than 100 million records sold, he is the recipient of countless awards, including eleven Grammy Awards, a Golden Globe and an Academy Award, and has been inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Most recently, the artist received the Nobel Prize for Literature.

The title of McPherson’s new musical is from the popular Dylan song Girl from the North Country, which was recorded in New York in 1963 and featured as the second song on his second album "The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan".

Casting includes Ciaran Hinds (Hamlet) as Nick Laine, Shirley Henderson (Shining Souls) as Elizabeth Laine and Sheila Atim as Marianne Laine, Bronagh Gallagher as Mrs Burke, David Ganly as Mr Burke, Adam James as Dr Walker, Karl Johnson as Mr Perry, Claudia Jolly as Katherine Draper, Arinzé Kene as Joe Scott, Debbie Kurup as Mrs Neilsen, Finbar Lynch as Reverend Marlowe, Sam Reid as Gene Laine and Jack Shalloo as Elias Burke.

Further casting includes Hannah Azuonye, Ross Dawes, Mary Doherty and Emmanuel Kojo.

Conor McPherson is one of the best known and acclaimed contemporary Irish playwrights and directors. Cementing his name with his 1997 Olivier Award-winning play The Weir, further works have included Port Authority, Shining City and The Night Alive. Also directed by McPherson, the production features design by Rae Smith, lighting by Mark Henderson and sound by Simon Baker.

Created by one of the greatest contemporary playwrights and featuring the music of one of the most successful singers of all time, Girl from the North Country has impressed audiences and critics alike. Playing at the Noel Coward Theatre, tickets for this musical are available for performances beginning from December 29th 2017 until March 24th 2018, with an official opening on January 11th 2018.

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Performance dates:
24 Mar 2018 - 24 Mar 2018
Running time:
2 hours and 30 minutes including an interval.
Age recommendation:
Suitable for 13+
Audience Notes:
Girl from the North Country is recommended for anyone who is a fan of Bob Dylan’s music. This is an exciting and intriguing opportunity to see a masterful dramatist transform the great singer’s work into a beautiful and moving new show, so don't miss out on this new run and get your Girl from the North Country tickets now.
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Girl From The North Country Reviews

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User Reviews

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Brilliant show, the whole cast were brilliant. Special shout out to Shirley Henderson and Ciaran Hinds.

Performance date: 10 March 2019
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My second visit to Girl From The North Country. I am indifferent to the play itself but the music and singing are simply divine. As someone who is not a Bob Dylan fan, the beauty of the songs is a revelation

Performance date: 08 January 2019
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Performance date: 17 February 2018
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