'The Slaves of Solitude' at Hampstead Theatre

  • What is it?

    The new stage adaptation of Patrick Hamilton’s wartime novel at Hampstead Theatre.

    Why buy?

    Nicholas Wright’s adaptation of Patrick Hamilton’s 1947 novel follows Miss Roach (Fenella Woolgar), an unmarried woman who – after her home is destroyed in the Blitz – is forced to move to a boarding house in the Home Counties. Struggling to adapt to her new surroundings, she has the outrageous and bullying Mr Thwaites to contend with. But when a breath of fresh air arrives in the form of handsome African-American GI (Daon Broni), things start to look distinctly brighter...

    Gathering warm reviews with Woolgar’s steely performance as Miss Roach, this is a wartime play that makes virtually no mention of the war. Instead, it deals with the shifting attitudes and behaviours on the Home Front, and what life was really like in the age of ‘keep calm and carry on'. Standard ticket prices are £37 – but with our offer, they’re just £15. Don’t miss out on this witty and compelling new drama at Hampstead Theatre.
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