Girl From the North Country

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After announcing a revival of Tom Stoppard’s well-known play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, the Old Vic presents a world premiere of new musical Girl From the North Country as part of Matthew Warchus’ second season. Featuring classic songs from legendary musician Bob Dylan’s back catalogue, Girl From the North Country opens at the London venue on July 12th 2017.

Set in Duluth, Minnesota, in the midst of the Great Depression, Girl From the North Country follows a family on the edge of poverty, their future hanging in the balance. Kept on the cusp by a variety of lonely wanders drifting in and out of their guesthouse, the family are as dysfunctional as they come. But Nick Laine has decide that enough is enough and thinks he knows the way out...

Written and directed by esteemed playwright Conor McPherson (The Weir), the musical has gained permission from folk icon Bob Dylan to stage his songs, making the premiere of Girl From the North Country one of the most highly-anticipated productions of the season. Opening at the Old Vic London on July 12th, this electrifying new musical is set to play until October 7th 2017.

Child Friendly?

Girl From the North Country contains strong language and adult themes which may not be suitable for young children.

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Booking from 15 July 2017 until 7 October 2017