October 24, 2014

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James II: Day Of The Innocents
National Theatre (Olivier)

James II is part of Rona Munro’s trilogy The James Plays and runs alongside James I and James III. Exhilarating and vividly imagined, they bring to life three generations of Stewart kings who ruled Scotland in the tumultuous 15th century.



Synopsis:
The production charts the story of James II, who becomes the prize in a vicious game between Scotland’s most powerful families. Crowned at the age of six-years-old having been abandoned by his mother and separated from his sisters, the young king is little more than a puppet. But there is one person in the world he can trust: William, the future Earl of Douglas.

Show Dates:
Performances from 15 Sep 2014
Opening 25 Sep 2014
Closing 29 Oct 2014


Performance Schedule:

In rep - please check calendar



Tickets:
Pricing: £15 - £35

020 7452 3000



Theatre Information:
National Theatre (Olivier)
Southbank
London SE1 9PX
London, England
United Kingdom

Public Transportation: Subway: Waterloo
Parking: Underground car park for 400 cars with designated spaces for disabled.
Genre:
Drama

Cast List:
Cameron Barnes, Daniel Cahill, Blythe Duff, Sofie Gråbøl, Sarah Higgins, James McArdle, Rona Morison, Mark Rowley, Fiona Wood

Production Credits:
Director: Laurie Sansom
Designer: Jon Bausor
Lighting Designer: Philip Gladwell
Other Credits:
Written by: Rona Munro

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