The quintessentially British, much-loved world of Jane Austen comes to life in a completely different way this summer with Olivier award winning Laura Wade's critically acclaimed production of the Watsons! Directed by Samuel West, Wade attempts to write the end to Jane Austen’s unfinished tale The Watsons with a hilarious meta-satire.
After premiering in Summer 2019, Wade’s The Watsons Watsons has received huge critical acclaim and is set to storm the West End. Grab your tickets now for a highly entertaining alternative take on the Jane Austen world.!
Running time: 2 hours 15 minutes (including interval)
Recommended age: TBC
After being cut off by her wealthy aunt at aged 19, Emma Watson knows that she needs to marry quickly, otherwise she is looking at a life on the streets or being stuck in her family home as a spinster. Meeting two potential suitors, Tom Musgrave and Lord Osborne, all that Emma Watson needs to decide on now is who to pick. But half way through the play, a playwright named Laura comes onto the stage, disguised as a maid, and determined to finish it...
Tickets for the Watsons start at £20 and the most expensive tickets are £84.50. The Harold Pinter theatre is divided into the Stalls, The Dress Circle, The Royal Circle and The Balcony. The best seats in the house can be found in the centre of the Stalls, fairly near to the stage. There are also exceptional seats at the front of the Dress Circle.
If you are looking for good value tickets, these can be found at the back of the Stalls or in the middle of the Dress Circle.
Group bookings are also available: if you are a group of more than 10 call 020 7206 1174 or email email@example.com
You can reach the Harold Pinter Theatre either by car or by public transport. We recommend that you take public transport as it is in the middle of London. Here is the Harold Pinter address:
Harold Pinter Theatre
4 Panton St, London
Tube: the closest tube stations are Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square and Charing Cross Road.
Bus: 14, 19, 24, 29, 38 or 176 to Leicester Square and Haymarket.
The box office and foyer of the theatre are at street level and the Stalls is accessible down a flight of 2 steps. The easiest area of the theatre to access is the Dress Circle which is at foyer level. There are two wheelchair spaces per performance at the Dress Circle. There are also seats in front of these spaces which can accomodate chairs and scooters
There is Sennheiser MobileConnectWifi sound amplification system in the theatre ; please ask the box office in advance if you wish you use these services.
Access dogs are welcome in the theatre.
There are access toilets in the main foyer or ladies and gents toilets located in the stalls, which is down 23 steps or in the Royal Circle, which is up 23 steps.
The Watsons will be showing from Friday 8th May until Saturday 26th September 2020.
Monday - Saturday at 19:30
Wednesday and Saturday at 14:30
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Monday, 21 Sep
Tuesday, 22 Sep
Wednesday, 23 Sep
Thursday, 24 Sep
Friday, 25 Sep
Saturday, 26 Sep