Duet For One
There's no God, you know, Dr Feldmann, but I know where they got the idea; they got it from music.
Music was everything to Stephanie. The passion was inherited from her mother and had blossomed into a successful career as a renowned violinist. But now, struck down by an unforeseen tragedy, she faces a life without her first love.
She is persuaded by her husband to visit Dr Feldmann to help her to come to terms with her condition. Dr Feldman's quietly probing questions force Stephanie to question everything she once believed - from her first steps into the music world to the basis of her marriage. Over a series of increasingly dramatic sessions, Stephanie is forced to face her deepest fears before she can finally face her future.
Duet For One is an intensely moving and ultimately life enhancing look at what happens when unexpected events lead you to revaluate your life. Belinda Lang (2 Point 4 Children) and Oliver Cotton (Trevor Nunn's The War Of The Roses and Richard II) unite for this must-see revival of Tom Kempinski's multi-award winning play.
Director Robin Lefevre
Designer Lez Brotherston
Lighting Designer Ian Scott
Sound Designer John Leonard
Lang is incredible… she is at all times a vibrating centre of energy and emotion
Lang and Cotton are two stage professionals, who, under Robin Lefevre’s expert direction, piece together the story telling so perfectly
A production of the highest quality and a most engrossing piece of theatre
Perhaps the greatest achievement of Lang and Cotton in this production is to draw us into the intimacy of the patient-psychiatrist relationship
Glorious piece of theatre
A joy to watch
Lang is quite superb
No one seriously interested in theatre can afford not to see this play
The Financial Times
Tickets from £15.
Preview (22-25 September) and weekday matinees from £10.
Group, family, disabled and school rates available via our box office.
2 hours 10 minutes (including a 20 minute interval)
Wednesday 4 October
Wednesday 4 October, 7.30pm
Audio Described Performance (with pre-show touch tour)
Thursday 5 October, 7.30pm
British Sign Language Interpreted Performance
Saturday 7 October, 2pm