Being Mr Wickham – Live Streaming, Friday 30 April at 7.30pm (BST)

Available to watch from 30 Apr 2021 19:30

Pre-order now: £20

Standard - £20

Live at 7.30pm (BST) on 30 April. Available worldwide.

Pre-order now: £40

Supporter - £40

Live at 7.30pm (BST) on 30 April. Includes digital programme and supporter credit on the film. 

Pre-order now: £100

Premium - £100

Live at 7.30pm (BST) on 30 April. Includes a signed script, digital programme and supporter credit on the film.

Being Mr Wickham – Live Streaming, Friday 30 April at 7.30pm (BST)

Live streaming from the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds - FRIDAY 30 APRIL - 7.30PM (BST)

Click below for other available performances:

SATURDAY 1 MAY - 3PM (BST) 
SATURDAY 1 MAY - 7.30PM (BST)
SATURDAY 1 MAY - 7.30PM – CAPTIONED (BST)


Adrian Lukis in

BEING MR WICKHAM

Performed by Adrian Lukis

Written by Adrian Lukis and Catherine Curzon

Directed by Guy Unsworth

Followed by a live Q&A hosted by Libby Purves

 

"Mr. Wickham is blessed with such happy manners as may ensure his making friends - whether he may be equally capable of retaining them is less certain"

Mr Wickham is ready to set the record straight.

Adrian Lukis, who starred in the renowned BBC TV adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, returns to the role of Mr Wickham this summer.

Join Pride and Prejudice’s most roguish gentleman, George Wickham, on the eve of his sixtieth birthday, to lift the sheets on what exactly what happened thirty years on from where we left him...

Live from the stage of the magnificent Regency Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, discover his own version of some very famous literary events.

What really happened with Darcy…?

What did he feel about Lizzie…?

What happened at Waterloo? Not to mention Byron…

 

LIVE Q&A WITH ADRIAN LUKIS

We are thrilled to announce radio presenter, journalist, drama critic and author, Libby Purves will be hosting our Q&A. A previous Times Columnist of the Year and author of 12 novels and non-fiction books, she was for 40 years a BBC Radio 4 broadcaster after becoming the Today programme’s first woman and youngest-ever presenter.

 

TICKETS

Standard - £20

Supporter - £40 - Includes digital programme and supporter credit on the film.

Premium - £100 - Includes a signed script by Adrian Lukis, a digital programme and supporter credit on the film.

 

SUBTITLES

We will be captioning the show live on Saturday 1 May at 7.30pm. We will also be releasing an on-demand version of the production later in the year which will be fully subtitled. To keep up to date on our releases please sign up to our e-newsletter.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON WATCHING OUR LIVE STREAM

This is a live performance and must be watched at 7.30pm (BST) on Friday 30 April.

You will not need any email link.  To watch, simply log in to your account and visit your dashboard before the show starts.  

We strongly advise that all bookers tune in 30 minutes before the start time to test your device/internet connection.

We also advise testing any device you wish to watch on with our free documentary of HOME MADE here.

 

WATCHING ON A TV

If you would like to watch the show on a TV we advise using a HDMI cable to sync with your laptop or device.

However, if you have an up-to-date smart TV or Firestick you can access our website and your dashboard through the browser, for more information see here.

 

*Please do test either method in advance with our free documentary of HOME MADE *

 

PLEASE NOTE: The performance running time is approximately 90 minutes (60 minute show and 25 min Q&A), with no interval.  

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Being Mr Wickham – Live Streaming, Friday 30 April at 7.30pm (BST)

Available to watch from 30 Apr 2021 19:30

Pre-order now: £20

Standard - £20

Live at 7.30pm (BST) on 30 April. Available worldwide.

Pre-order now: £40

Supporter - £40

Live at 7.30pm (BST) on 30 April. Includes digital programme and supporter credit on the film. 

Pre-order now: £100

Premium - £100

Live at 7.30pm (BST) on 30 April. Includes a signed script, digital programme and supporter credit on the film.