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On The Waterfront

By Budd Schulberg with Stan Silverman

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Steven Berkoff directs an ensemble of 12 with his trademark style of bold physical theatre. This classic story set in 1950s New York follows the search for freedom from the mob by Terry Malloy, the guy who ‘coulda been a contender’.

Adapted from the iconic film starring Marlon Brando, which won eight Oscars.

‘An extraordinary piece of theatre.’
The Observer read the full review here

‘Exhilaratingly alive.’
**** The Times read the full review here

‘Terrific… real directorial vision and panache.’
Daily Telegraph read the full review here

‘Berkoff's bare-knuckle approach pays off handsomely.’ **** The Guardian read the full review here

‘Amazingly effective. No one who sees this On the Waterfront will forget it. One of the theatrical events of the year.’ British Theatre Guide read the full review here

‘A brilliant and remarkable cast in a flawless production with a breath-catching climax of extraordinary power.’ The Stage read the full review here

Reviews and photos are from this production's
premiere at Nottingham Playhouse, April 2008

Photography by Nobby Clark

Pleasance Courtyard
(Venue 33)

31 July - 25 August (except 5, 12, 19)
2pm - 4.15pm including an interval

Online Booking
Pleasance.co.uk
Edfringe.com

Offline Booking
0131 556 6550
0131 226 0000


Official show site


Michael Edwards and Carole Winter and East Productions present the Nottingham Playhouse production

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