Jerusalem the Play

14 Aug

Once again, following from my recent post about the period art installation, this post isn’t really a review, preview or discussion. I don’t know why but these past few days I can’t seem to find anything to write about. There’s nothing to review, preview or discuss. However, this morning I spent 50 pounds. Why? Jerusalem.

Jerusalem won the best actor award at the Tony’s but lost best play to War Horse. It had an extremely successful run in London and New York with critics raving and I have yet to find a review less than five stars with papers such as the New York Times, The Guardian, The Times, The Telegraph, The Independent and many more giving it a rave review. Not only is Ian Rickson’s direction praised but Mark Rylance is even being named as the Laurence Olivier of our time.

Ian Rickson seems to be the director of this year at the theatre with successes such as The Children’s Hour, starring Keira Knightley and Elizabeth Moss, as well as Betrayal starring Kristin Scott Thomas. Now Jerusalem returns for a fourteen week run at the Apollo Theatre in London.

If you can get your hands on these tickets, GET THEM NOW. This play is supposed to be incredible and they will sell out without a doubt. Some nights tickets have already sold out, so get your tickets right now.

I’m really looking forward to it!

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