The Cripple Of Inishmaan
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  • “I shouldn’t laugh at you Billy … but I will”
    Set on the remote island of Inishmaan off the west coast of Ireland, word arrives that a Hollywood film is being made on the neighboring island of Inishmore. The one person who wants to be in the film more than anybody is young Cripple Billy, if only to break away from the bitter tedium of his daily life. Martin McDonagh’s comic masterpiece examines an ordinary coming of age in extraordinary circumstances and confirms his position as one of the most original Irish voices to emerge in the second half of the twentieth century.
    Daniel Radcliffe plays the title role in the first major London revival since its premiere at the National Theatre in 1996.
    Written by Martin McDonagh
    Director Michael Grandage
    Set and Costume Designer Christopher Oram
    Lighting Designer Paule Constable
    This show is part of the Michael Grandage Company season at the Noel Coward Theatre. To see more shows in this series click here.  

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  • Noel Coward Theatre

    St Martins Lane,
    WC2N 4AU

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    ‘A stupendous performance from Daniel Radcliffe, the finest piece of acting I have seen all year’


    ‘A must-see’


    ‘The latest in the Michael Grandage Company’s firecracker season’





    ‘Disgracefully funny’