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Buy Orlando play tickets to experience an engrossing stage adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s classic novel, starring Emma Corrin.

Emma Corrin stars as the time-travelling, boundary-defying protagonist Orlando in a new stage adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s classic novel at the Garrick Theatre this year. 

Orlando is the story of a 16th century individual who travels through 300 years of history, countries and genders. From meeting Queen Elizabeth I to traversing Victorian England and experiencing the 1920s, Orlando’s story pushes boundaries and delights with its romance, whimsy and magical realism.

Based on modernist writer Woolf’s novel of the same name, Orlando is adapted for the stage by Neil Bartlett and directed by Michael Grandage. Although the novel has previously been adapted, most notably as a film in 1992 starring Tilda Swinton, this new version is a world premiere in the West End. 

Orlando in the West End is led by Golden Globe Award-winning actor Emma Corrin, who is best known for their work in The Crown and My Policeman. They were last seen on stage in Anna X at the Harold Pinter Theatre, for which they received an Olivier Award nomination. Further casting includes Deborah Findlay, Jessica Alade, Debra Baker, Akuc Bol, Lucy Briers, Richard Cant, Melissa Lowe, Jodie McNee, Oliver Wickham, and Millicent Wong.

Neil Bartlett is well-known for his stage adaptations of classic novels and European theatre including Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist and A Christmas Carol and Genet’s The Maids.

Michael Grandage is an Olivier Award-winning director whose credits include Red and Disney’s Frozen the Musical. His company, Michael Grandage Company, has produced a number of West End hits including Jude Law in Henry V, Daniel Radcliffe in The Cripple of Inishmaan and James Graham’s Labour of Love. Grandage has previously directed Emma Corrin in the film adaptation of My Policeman, alongside Harry Styles.

Don’t miss this bold and creative story on stage, starring one of our brightest young actors, in Orlando.

Child friendly?

Orlando age suitability is to be confirmed. The production contains some nudity.