based on stories by Rod Serling, Charles Beaumont and Richard Matheson | adapted by Anne Washburn
Directed By Richard Jones
Tickets £10 - £48
★★★★ Time Out, Evening Standard, Independent, The Stage
Adapted by Anne Washburn (Mr Burns) and directed by Olivier Award-winner Richard Jones, this world premiere production of the acclaimed CBS Television Series The Twilight Zone lands on stage for the first time in its history. Or its present. Or its future.
Stage magic and fantasy unite as the ordinary becomes extraordinary.
Previews Tue 5 – Mon 11 Dec
Press Night Tue 12 Dec 7pm
Evenings 7.30pm (5pm 1 Jan)
Wed matinees 2.30pm from 20 Dec
Thurs matinee 2.30pm 14 Dec
Sat matinees 2.30pm from 16 Dec
5 – 11 Dec
£32, £28, £20, £10
13 – 21 Dec, 2 – 4 Jan, 8 – 27 Jan
£39.50, £32, £20, £10
22 – 23 Dec, 27 Dec – 1 Jan, 5 – 6 Jan (eve)
£48, £38, £24, £10
Thurs 11 Jan
Post-show discussion with members of The Twilight Zone company. Free to same-day ticket holders.
Tue 19 Dec
Pre-show talk for Members at approximately 6.30pm in the auditorium.
Fri 5 Jan 7.30pm
Audio Described Performance
Sat 13 Jan 2.30pm
(Touch Tour 12.45pm)
Almeida Rush (until 16 Jan)
Almeida Rush allows audiences to book last minute tickets to popular Almeida shows each week. Tickets released Tuesday at 1pm.
Tues 5 Dec - Wed 13 Dec
If you live or work in the Islington area you can book best available seats for £25 (including top-price) for the opening performances, subject to availability. Enter the promo code ISFIRST when booking. For applicable postcodes see here.
Customers who are claiming Jobseekers Allowance and students can book second-price-band tickets* for £25 (£27.50 on peak-priced performances) on Monday - Thursday evenings & Wed & Sat matinees. For more information click here.
Customers who are 65 and over can book second-price-band tickets* for £25 (£27.50 on peak priced performances) on Monday - Thursday evenings & Wed & Sat matinees until 13 Jan. For more information click here.
Customers aged 30 or under can book second-price-band tickets for £15 (£17.50 on peak-priced performances) on Mon - Thurs evenings & Wed & Sat matinees.*
25 and under
Mon 11 Dec, Mon 18 Dec, Mon 1 Jan, Mon 8 Jan, Mon 15 Jan
£5 tickets available exclusively to those aged 25 and under on select Mondays and Access Performances listed above. Enter the promo code UNDER25 to book. Proof of age ID will be required on collecting the tickets. Tickets are limited to two per person and subject to availability.
If you are aged 25 and under and have access requirements you can also attend one of our Captioned (Fri 5 Jan) or Audio Described (Sat 13 Jan) performances for £5.
*Subject to availability. Not available in the final week of performances.
Theatre includes: Hamlet (Kronberg Castle); A Midsummer Night's Dream (Young Vic); All's Well That Ends Well; The Red Barn (National Theatre); Othello (Stafford Gatehouse Theatre); A Midsummer Night's Dream; The Merchant Of Venice (Propeller Theatre Company); Antigone (Theatre Royal Stratford East); This Child (Pilot Theatre Company); Antigone (Pilot Theatre Company/Derby Theatre); Henry V; The Merchant Of Venice (Propeller Theatre Company); Doctor Faustus (West Yorkshire Playhouse/Citizens Theatre); Blue/Orange (West End/UK Tour); Emperor and Galilean (National Theatre); Romeo & Juliet (York Theatre Royal/Pilot Theatre); Antony & Cleopatra (Nuffield Theatre); To Kill A Mockingbird (Wales Tour/Theatre Clwyd); Pigeon Love (The Space); Much Ado About Nothing (Derby Live).
Television includes: Collateral; Lovesick; From Cradle to Grave; Misfits; Hollyoaks; Casualty.
Film includes: The Huntsman.
★★★★ A classy Christmas treat
★★★★ Piercingly smart... Very funny
★★★★ A loving pastiche... a testament to storytelling
★★★★★ Richard Jones’s funny and frightening production
★★★★ a witty and piquant alternative to forced jollity
The running time is approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes including one interval of 15 minutes.
Please note this production features strobe lighting. Suitable for ages 12+.
EXPLORE THE TWILIGHT ZONE
Based on stories by Rod Serling, Charles Beaumont and Richard Matheson
Adapted by Anne Washburn
Director Richard Jones
Set Design Paul Steinberg
Costume Design Nicky Gillibrand
Movement Direction Aletta Collins
Lighting Mimi Jordan Sherin
Composition and Sound Sarah Angliss
Sound Christopher Shutt
Music Direction Steve Bentley-Klein
Costume Supervision Deborah Andrews
Casting Julia Horan CDG
Dialect Coach Daniele Lydon
Fight Direction Bret Yount
Associate Director Joe Austin
Resident Director Tom Brennan
Illusions Richard Wiseman and Will Houstoun