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Ustinov Studio Vanessa Redgrave

Vienna 1934 – Munich 1938

  • 11 July - 3 August
  • Written and devised by Vanessa Redgrave
Vienna 1934 – Munich 1938

Event Information

Monday - Saturday 7.15pm
Matinees Saturday 2.30pm
Press Night: Weds 17 July 7pm

Showing from Thu 11 Jul — Sat 3 Aug

In the late 1930s, the illustrious actor Michael Redgrave became close friends with the celebrated poet Stephen Spender. Through their families’ notebooks, journals and memoirs, and Stephen’s poems, Vanessa Redgrave discovers the love affairs that they remembered, and the hopes and fears of a generation that confronted the rise of fascism in Europe. Among these was the German writer, Thomas Mann.

As Stephen’s love and respect for a young American woman studying psychology in Vienna grew deeper, he and his secretary Tony Hyndman tried to assist her in obtaining false visas and passports for socialist Jews and their families to escape from fascist Austria.

The play highlights the affectionate and intimate thoughts of individuals during these years of political and social disaster.

Written, devised and performed by Olivier, Tony and Academy Award winner, Vanessa Redgrave, one of the greatest actors of her generation. She is joined on stage by a cast including Robert BoulterLucy Doyle and Paul Hilton.

Monday – Saturday 7.15pm
Matinees Saturday 2.30pm

Press Night: Wednesday 17 July, 7pm

Tickets: £38.50 / £31.50 discounts

A booking fee of £1.75 per ticket applies

Theatre Royal Bath presents a Rose Theatre Kingston production.

Written and devised by Vanessa Redgrave

Performed by a cast including Vanessa Redgrave, Robert Boulter, Lucy Doyle and Paul Hilton

The Ustinov foyer and bar are open from one hour prior to the performance.

Doors open approximately 15 minutes prior to the performance unless otherwise stated.

PLEASE NOTE: Print At Home tickets are only valid as A4 printouts. We cannot currently accept tickets presented on phones/tablets.

The Box Office at the Ustinov Studio is open from approximately 30 minutes prior to each performance.

There is a lift from the Foyer to the Stalls level of the Ustinov Studio. Access to the Circle level is by stair access only.

Full terms and conditions for ticket bookings can be found here