I love Austen’s work and am fascinated by the times in which she lived, so I managed to get to one or two things to mark the anniversary, but one show I really do wish I’d been able to include in that was Sara Pascoe’s adaptation of the classic Pride and Prejudice.
Two Bit Classics bring to life Jane Austen’s beloved story Pride & Prejudice in a refreshing adaptation that features a cast of two.
Satirical rom-com show turns gender stereotypes upside down in a fresh and funny evening.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife! It also seemed to be acknowledged that Pride and Prejudice had landed at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre this week, as a healthy house full of enthusiastic theatregoers packed the auditorium to see the popular period piece.
Jane Austen’s beloved novel is brought to life in the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre production currently touring the UK – with a few changes that muddle the plot.
Full casting is announced today for Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre’s acclaimed production of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice which, after sell-out performances in 2013, returns this year to conclude the 2016 summer season ahead of a major UK tour in September.
The Open Air Theatre in Regent’s Park announces its summer 2016 season, including a new Michael Morpurgo puppet adaptation, a return of Shakespeare and a Park debut for Andrew Lloyd Webber.