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4 Stars

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


Theatre at its most compelling... brilliantly delivered

Chichester Observer

A faultless delivery by an extraordinary cast shows the enduring power of Arthur Miller

Sussex Newspapers

Our final show in the Festival Theatre this season, Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge, has now opened and is going down a storm with audiences.

Miller's epic play tells the story of Beatrice and Eddie Carbone who have built an all-American life in Brooklyn where people are meant to look out for each other, and loyalties run deep. When they take in their Sicilian relations, two hard-working but illegal immigrants, the family should pull together. Instead, everything starts to unravel. Eddie included.

A romantic spark between Eddie’s orphaned niece and one of the handsome arrivals sets in motion a catastrophic train of events. Eddie finds his darkest desire in danger of being exposed, and his violent passion risks setting aflame everything the family has built.

Arthur Miller’s visceral and compelling drama is a timeless masterpiece and our production features a stellar cast including Jonathan Slinger (Crave at Chichester 2020) as Eddie; Nancy Crane (TV's Inside Man) as Alfieri; Kirsty Bushell (Regan in King Lear Festival 2017) as Beatrice; Rachelle Diedericks (Our Generation Festival 2022) as Catherine; and Luke Newberry (The Merry Wives of Windsor and Macbeth at the RSC) as Rodolpho..

Grab a ticket on our webpage, and get a glimpse of the show in our production trailer.

4 Stars

Grippingly intense production of Arthur Miller’s masterpiece

The Stage

4 Stars

Gripping - a view you can't look away from


5 Stars

Emotional and powerful... not one to miss

Manchester Theatres

5 Stars

Captivating theatre

Bolton News

A man in a grey shirt and trousers stands centre stage holding a chair aloft in his left hand. Behind him, to the left, are a couple (a woman in a grey dress with dark hair, and a blonde man in a grey shirt and grey trousers) holding each other and looking at him. At the back of the stage is a black platform with metal railings; a woman stands in the centre looking down. Bottom right you can see some red neon letters spelling out Red Hook.