The Time Traveller’s Wife has had its world premiere at Storyhouse before moving to the West End.
This incredible theatrical premiere is based on Audrey Niffenegger’s international sensation – The Time Traveller’s Wife – a best-selling novel and world-wide hit film. Brought to life on stage with music and lyrics by global superstar Joss Stone and multi Grammy Winner Eurythmics’ Dave Stewart, and from the acclaimed West End producers of Back to The Future and Ghost, this is a heart-racing and devastatingly gorgeous theatrical journey like no other.
Their love story is like no other. And yet, it’s like all others. They meet, fall in love and marry – but not in that order. Henry travels through time and through Clare’s past, present and future. Their love is the ultimate test and the greatest of romances, beset with surprises, pain and adventures.
Original Music & Lyrics By Joss Stone & Dave Stewart
Joanna Woodward as Clare David Hunter as Henry Aisha Davisas Dr Kendrick Ross Dawesas Henry’s Dad Hiba Elchikheas Charisse Stevie Hutchinsonas Clare’s Dad Tim Mahendranas Gome Sorelle Marshas Henry’s Mum Benjamin Purkiss as Jason / Mark Alwyne Tayloras Old Clare. The actresses playing Young Clare will be announced shortly.
Based on the best-selling novel by Audrey Niffenegger and the New Line Cinema film screenplay by Bruce Joel Rubin
Book By Lauren Gunderson
Additional Lyrics by Kait Kerrigan
Directed by Bill Buckhurst
Designed by Anna Fleischle
Choreography by Shelley Maxwell
Lighting Design by Lucy Carter
Illusions by Chris Fisher
Video Design by Andrzej Goulding Sound Design by Richard Brooker Musical Supervision & Arrangement by Nick Finlow Orchestrations by Malcolm Edmonstone Wigs, Hair and Make-Up Designer by Susanna Peretz Casting by Grindrod Burton Casting
Produced by Colin Ingram for InTheatre Productions, Gavin Kalin Productions, Teresa Tsai and Crossroads Live, by special arrangement with Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures.
Approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes (including an interval)
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