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The Dress Circle can give good views also, with the centre being preferable as a curved layout can often mean seats towards the end of rows are not the best. The Grand Circle is the most distant sections and often feels so, however will generally provide the cheapest theatre tickets.
Love In Idleness tells the story of eighteen-year-old Michael who returns to Canada after a four year absence during the war, full of youthful idealism and liberal tendencies.
He is abhorred when he discovers that his widowed mother Olivia has become the mistress of cabinet minister Sir John Fletcher, while making the most of high society.
Upon meeting, Michael and John instantly butt heads, with sparks flying and relationships being tested, everyone is set to learn some difficult lessons in love.
Love In Idleness at the Apollo Theatre marks acclaimed director Trevor Nunn’s return to the work of Terence Rattigan following his smash hit version of Flare Path.
Nunn is one of the UK’s most acclaimed directors, having had stints as Artistic Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company, the National Theatre and currently the Theatre Royal Haymarket. Sir Trevor Nunn is best known for his work on much-lobed musicals such as Cats and Les Miserables as well as dramas such as Nicholas Nickleby and Macbeth.
The production stars Eve Best, who is best known for her Olivier and Evening Standard Award winning performance in Hedda Gabler for the Almeida Theatre as well as her acclaimed role in A Moon for the Misbegotten. Acclaimed actor Anthony Head co-stars. Perhaps best known for his television roles in Merlin and Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Love In Idleness marks a welcome return to the stage for the veteran theatre actor.
Love In Idleness features set and costume design by Stephen Brimson Lewis, lighting design by Paul Pyant, sound design by Gregory Clark and projection design by Duncan McLean.
Marking the first time the play has been performed in the West End since 1944, this transfer is the perfect opportunity for those who missed out on the sold out run at the Menier Chocolate Factory earlier this year to catch this incredibly play.
Love In Idleness is set to run for a limited 50 performances between 11th May 2017 and 1st July 2017 at the Apollo Theatre in London’s West End and is not to be missed.
Age Recommendations: May not be suitable for young children