The classic comedy by Michael Frayn is back this summer in a bold new production directed by Jeremy Herrin. The play first opened at the Lyric Hammersmith in 1982, directed by Michael Blakemore, and now makes a triumphant return to its former home.
“It’s a great personal pleasure for me, of course, to see my play come home, after all its travels around the world in the last forty years, to the theatre where it took its first hopeful but still uncertain steps.” – Michael Frayn
Noises Off follows a touring company around the country as they attempt to stage their farce ‘Nothing On’. But as drama backstage threatens to overwhelm the on-stage action, will the actors make it to the end of the play in one piece?
Noises Off opens 27th June at the Lyric Hammersmith in South London. You can buy your tickets here