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The first Arthur Miller play to be staged at Chichester Festival Theatre arrives this month. A View from the Bridge is a new co-production with Headlong, Octagon Theatre Bolton and Rose Theatre.

Get a sneak peek of what to expect with the production pics below, and what the critics are making of the show.

4 Stars

Holly Race Roughan's thrilling and dynamic production - a fresh look at an elemental tragedy


4 Stars

Grippingly intense production of Arthur Miller’s masterpiece

The Stage

A dark stage, with a black glossy surface. Front right is a woman in a grey shirt and dark grey trousers, gesticulating with her right arm. Behind her, to the left, is a young woman on a swing, wearing a light grey dress. To her left is a puff of grey/white smoke. Centre back is a young man in a grey sleeveless top and grey trousers in a balletic pose. To the right of the image is a black metal staircase. Behind this red neon letters spell out Red Hook.
The Company of A View From The Bridge Image: The Other Richard
5 Stars

A tough, human story beautifully told. Captivating theatre

Bolton News

5 Stars

Emotional and powerful. Definitely not one to miss

Manchester Theatres

Three men, in grey trousers, grey shirts and black boots, lean over a black metal railing. The man on the left is speaking to the other two and gesticulating with his left hand; the other two are looking at him and smiling. Behind them is a row of wooden fold up seats, and a reddish brown wooden backdrop.
4 Stars

Gripping - a view you can't look away from


A View from the Bridge runs in the Festival Theatre 6 - 28 Oct, head to the show page to find out more and book your tickets.