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Ustinov Studio Dominic West, Kate Fleetwood, Callum Scott Howells

A View From The Bridge

  • 16 February - 16 March
A View From The Bridge

Event Information

Evenings 7.30pm

Except Thurs 22 & Tues 27 February 7pm

Matinees Thurs & Sat 2.30pm

Running Time: 2 hours 20 minutes

Fri 16 Feb — Sat 16 Mar

SOLD OUT - returns only. Returns will be made available via the website if they become available.

BAFTA Award winner Dominic West (The Wire, The Crown), stars in Arthur Miller’s timeless masterpiece, a passionate study of one man’s place in the close-knit Italian-American community in 1950s New York.

Eddie Carbone is an outwardly straightforward man with a strong sense of decency. For Eddie it is a privilege to welcome his wife’s Italian cousins to the land of freedom. But as his niece Catherine falls for one of the visitors, Eddie struggles to control his fierce jealousy, tormented by his own barely concealed lust for the girl. As passions rise, they all soon learn that some freedoms have to come at a terrible price.

Dominic West is one of the country’s finest and most versatile actors. His thirty-year career has included roles in some of the most iconic television series, from his award-winning portrayal of Jimmy McNulty in The Wire, to Charles, Prince of Wales in The Crown. Since making his film debut opposite Sir Ian McKellen in Richard III, he has appeared in movies as diverse as Oscar-winning musical Chicago, historical drama Downton Abbey: A New Era, provided voices in Disney Pixar’s Finding Dory and played real-life activist Jonathan Blake in the multi-award-winning Pride.

“One of the great roles in American drama” Daily Telegraph

Miller’s devastating drama, a Greek tragedy set in 1950s America” Daily Mail

The greatest American dramatist of our age” Evening Standard

Friday 16 February - Saturday 16 March

Evenings 7.30pm

Except Thurs 22 & Tues 27 February 7pm

Matinees Thursday & Saturday 2.30pm

Tickets £52.50 / £37.50 discounts

A booking fee of £2.50 per ticket applies

Theatre Royal Bath Productions present

Dominic West in


By Arthur Miller


Dominic West Eddie

Kate Fleetwood Beatrice

Callum Scott Howells Rodolpho

Martin Marquez Alfieri

Nia Towle Catherine

Pierro Niel-Mee Marco

Jimmy Gladdon Louis

Michael Cusick Mike

Santino Smith Tony

Rob Pomfret 1st Officer

Kieton Saunders-Browne 2nd Officer

Joseph Passafaro Submarine



Lindsay Posner Director

Peter McKintosh Set & Costume Designer

Paul Pyant Lighting Designer

Gregory Clarke Sound Designer

Carole Hancock Hair, wigs and Make-up Designer

Ed Lewis Composer

George Jibson Associate Director

Ginny Schiller CDG Casting Director

Michaela Kennen Dialect Coach

Bret Yount Fight Director

Joanna Goodwin Movement Director

Emma Howlett Assistant Director

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