Brief Encounter
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Brief Encounter

Brief Encounter Tickets

The Empire Cinema Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4RL
4.7 out of 5, based on 15 ratings and 15 reviews.
4.7
  • Don’t miss the triumphant return of Kneehigh Theatre’s award-winning and delightfully inventive Brief Encounter, fresh from dazzling critics on Broadway and capturing the hearts of audiences all around the world. 

    Hailed as the 'most exquisite production ever inspired by a movie' (New York Times), this playfully immersive 'imaginative feast' (Daily Express) transports you to a wonderful 1940s evening of music, heartache, joy and laughter, where Noel Coward’s legendary love story comes alive to sweep you off your feet and leave you walking on air.

    Coming home to the Empire Cinema in London’s West End where it all began, acclaimed Director Emma Rice and Kneehigh Theatre’s lovingly staged multimedia production uses stage, screen and 'joyous theatricality' (Financial Times) to marry the much-loved film classic with the original Noel Coward stage play.

    It’s 'highly imaginative, full of fun' (Daily Mail) and the perfect 'first-class return to romance' (Daily Telegraph). 

    The cast features Jim Sturgeon as Alec, Isabel Pollen as Laura, Lucy Thackeray as Myrtle, Beverly Rudd as Beryl, Jos Slovick as Stanley and Dean Nolan as Fred/Albert, with Katrina Kleve and Peter Dukes.

    A Kneehigh Theatre production produced by David Pugh and Dafydd Rogers, Jenny and Steve Wiener and The Old Vic.

    At the Empire Cinema Haymarket until July 2018, book your Brief Encounter tickets today!

    *Please note: Recommended for ages 3+.

  • The Empire Cinema Haymarket

    63-65 Haymarket,
    St James,
    London,
    SW1Y 4RL

  • Full Seating Plan
  • NEW YORK TIMES


    'Fall in love with it all over again'


    THE GUARDIAN


    'A show to make you swing from the chandeliers'


    THE INDEPENDENT


    'An absolute triumph. Moving, funny, jaw-droppingly inventive. I haven't had such a good time in years'


    THE TELEGRAPH

    4 stars
    'Simply toot-toot terrific'


    THE TIMES

    4 stars
    'This production tickles the ribs and awakens the senses more than it breaks the heart'


    THE SUNDAY TIMES

    4 stars