Book Your Tickets To See The Seagull In London Starring Emilia Clarke

Oluwatosin Michael
Feb 14, 2022 By Oluwatosin Michael
Originally Published on Feb 14, 2022
Book Your Tickets To See The Seagull In London Starring Emilia Clarke

Emilia Clarke from 'Game Of Thrones' is making her West End debut at the Harold Pinter Theatre in London, portraying the role of Nina in the 21st-century modern take of 'The Seagull' by Anya Reiss. Anton Chekhov wrote the original story of 'The Seagull'.

Directed by Jamie Lloyd, this story of love and loneliness is one to watch. The famous cast includes Tom Rhys Harries (from 'White Lines'), Sophie Wu (from 'Fresh Meat'), Daniel Monks, and Indira Varma. Watch the Jamie Lloyd Company weave its magic for 11 weeks in London.

The Jamie Lloyd Company follows on from its brilliant production of the show 'Cyrano De Bergerac'. Book 'The Seagull' London tickets now.

About 'The Seagull' Play

What is 'The Seagull' about?

The story is about a young lady who desperately wants fame and a way out from her isolated home. A young man is waiting and fighting for the woman he loves.

He is a successful writer who wants to feel the power of success, while the young lady is an aspiring actress who wants to challenge and fight the change of times. This tale is set in an isolated home where ambitions are breaking, hopes are shattering, hearts are breaking, and all the roads are closed.

Each character has no other option than revolting against the other.

'The Seagull' is a story of tragedy, as described by many critics. However, many find it a funny yet bitter satire of human interaction.

The seagull in this play represents freedom and security. The play is based on the romantic and artistic conflicts between four characters.

Emilia Clarke from 'Game Of Thrones' is here for her West End debut. So be ready to witness some greatness at the Harold Pinter Theatre. Book 'The Seagull' tickets now.

What age is 'The Seagull' suitable for?

The recommended age is 12+.

How long is 'The Seagull'?

The runtime of the show has not been announced as of now.

Who is in 'The Seagull' London cast?

'The Seagull' by Anton Chekhov has been made into this modern version for the 21st century by Anya Reiss and is filled with an excellent cast. Emilia Clarke, best known for playing Daenerys Targaryen in 'Game Of leads the cast.

The cast also includes Tom Rhys Harries from 'White Lines', Daniel Monks from 'The Normal Heart', Sophie Wu from 'Fresh Meat', and Indira Varma from 'Game Of Thrones'.

Tom Rhys Harries plays Trigorin, Indira Varma plays Arkadina, Daniel Monks plays Konstantin, and Sophie Wu plays Masha.

Other cast members include Tina Harris, Joseph Langdon, and Katie Buchholz, and the rest of the cast members will be announced at a later date. Buy 'The Seagull' tickets for the West End return of this play now.

'The Seagull' was last on at the Playhouse Theatre. The show at Playhouse Theatre was led by Emilia Clarke, who played Nina, but the production was cut short due to the coronavirus. Watch Emilia Clarke in her West End debut.

Who is the team behind 'The Seagull'?

The show is an adaptation by Anya Reiss and is directed by Jamie Lloyd. The set and costumes design is by Soutra Gilmour, the projection design is by Duncan McLean, the lighting design is by Jackie Shemesh, and the sound design and composition are designed by George Dennis.

The show's associate director is Jonathan Glew, associate design is by Rachel Wingate, costume supervision is by Anna Josephs, casting is by Stuart Burt, and Fahmida Bakhtand is the props supervisor. Book 'The Seagull' tickets and get pulled into the story.

The Jamie Lloyd Company follows on from the return of the critically appreciated production of Cyrano de Bergerac that will star James McAvoy at the Harold Pinter theatre later this year.

Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs

Where is 'The Seagull' being performed?

'The Seagull' is being performed at The Harold Pinter Theatre, Panton Street, London SW1Y 4DN, United Kingdom.

How do I get to the Harold Pinter Theatre?

If you are travelling from London to the theatre in a car, take the A4 and Haymarket to reach the destination in the quickest possible time. Take Coventry Street towards Oxendon Road. The theatre should be on your right.

The closest tube station is Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square, both just a few minutes away.

The closest train station is Charing Cross.

You can also a catch a bus and the closest bus stops are Haymarket and Piccadilly Circus.

Check your 'The Seagull' tickets before beginning the journey.

Where can I park near the Harold Pinter Theatre?

The closest car park is at Leicester Square and Whitcomb Street.

Where are the toilet facilities at the Harold Pinter Theatre?

Toilets are available in the Royal Circle, the Stalls, and Balcony. An accessible toilet is located in the main foyer as well. There is a partially adapted toilet in the Royal Retiring Room.

Is the Harold Pinter Theatre accessible?

There is level access at the main entrance which leads to the foyer and box office.

Where can I eat nearby?

Here are some restaurants close to the theatre: Yori Piccadilly Circus, Tasting Italy, and Machiya.

We Want Your Photos!
We Want Your Photos!

We Want Your Photos!

Do you have a photo you are happy to share that would improve this article?
Email your photos

More for You

See All

Written by Oluwatosin Michael

Bachelor of Science specializing in Microbiology

Oluwatosin Michael picture

Oluwatosin MichaelBachelor of Science specializing in Microbiology

With a Bachelor's in Microbiology from the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Oluwatosin has honed his skills as an SEO content writer, editor, and growth manager. He has written articles, conducted extensive research, and optimized content for search engines. His expertise extends to leading link-building efforts and revising onboarding strategies. 

Read full bio >