Stage and screen star Emma Corrin returns to the West End to star as Virginia Woolf’s Orlando in an exciting new stage adaptation.
Emma Corrin stars in Woolf’s classicEmma Corrin returns to the West End in an anticipated new adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s much-loved novel Orlando at the Garrick Theatre.
Orlando is the story of a near-immortal individual who crosses boundaries of time, space and gender from the 16th century through to the 20th century, meeting various key historical figures along the way. Virginia Woolf’s novel is celebrated as a key modernist text, steeped in time-bending adventures and a fascinating central character. It has previously been adapted in the 1992 film starring Tilda Swinton.
Orlando and their adventures through life and love is performed on stage by Emma Corrin, star of The Crown and My Policeman. They are joined by a cast of 11, including Deborah Findlay, Jessica Alade, Millicent Wong, Jodie McNee and Lucy Briers.
The new Orlando play is adapted from Woolf’s novel by Neil Bartlett and directed by Michael Grandage (Red; Disney’s Frozen the Musical).
Let yourself be taken on a time-travelling and boundary-pushing adventure with Orlando play tickets this year, open in the West End for a strictly limited season.