Anna X (London, Harold Pinter Theatre (formerly Comedy Theatre), 2021) | Playbill

Anna X

Golden Globe Award-winner Emma Corrin and Royal Television Society’s 2019 Breakthrough star Nabhaan Rizwan make their West End debuts in this searing tale of self-invention, determination, and deceit. ANNA X is a new play by Joseph Charlton, directed by Daniel Raggett which originally ran at the Vault Festival in 2019.

This production is part of the RE:EMERGE season which will open with socially-distanced auditoria, helping to re-open and re-energise London's theatres, and will be staged in a Covid safe environment following current government advice and adhering to social distancing guidelines; and in line with Society of London Theatre's See It Safely campaign.

SYNOPSIS: Immersed in an addictive world of private views, front-row fashion shows, and endless parties, Anna and Ariel find themselves struggling for ways to keep up with New York’s dazzling social elite. A new play inspired by the life of con artist Anna Delvey.

Directed by Daniel Raggett
Set and Video Design by Mikaela Liakata and Tal Yarden
Lighting Design by Jessica Hung Han Yun
Sound Design by Mike Winship
Costume Design by Natalie Pryce

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