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Running Time: TBC
Venue: The Harold Pinter Theatre (Previously The Comedy Theatre) (Book a nearby hotel)
Venue Directions: Take the Northern or Piccadilly Line Piccadilly Circus, from Piccadilly Circus head south down Haymarket. Panton Street is left from Haymarket opposite the Virgin Cinema.
Seating Plan: The Harold Pinter Theatre (Previously The Comedy Theatre)

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About Birdsong

While staying as the guest of a factory owner in pre-First World War France, Stephen Wraysford embarks on a passionate affair with Isabelle, the wife of his host. The affair changes them both for ever. A few years later Stephen finds himself back in the same part of France, but this time as a soldier at the Battle of the Somme, the bloodiest encounter in British military history. As his men die around him, Stephen turns to his enduring love for Isabelle for the strength to continue and to save something for future generations.
For the first time, this beautiful and terrible story about love, courage and the endurance of the human spirit is brought to the stage in a version by Rachel Wagstaff.

Stephen Wraysford will be played by Ben Barnes. His film credits include the role of Prince Caspian in two of the Chronicles of Narnia films: "Prince Caspian" and the soon to be released "The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" as well the title role in Oliver Parker´s Dorian Gray, and roles in Stardust  and Easy Virtue. Ben was last in the West End in the National Theatre´s production of The History Boys, in which he played Dakin.

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"I thought the play lacked any real conviction, There was no chemistry between Isabelle and Stephen and so it was difficult to care what happened to them. The first act is dull and over long. The second improves but is cliched and lacks real heart. The staging is clever though problems with the set. The actors did not seem to be convinced either and when only polite applause at the end, despite Sebastian Faulks being there, they looked resigned."

Review submitted by:  Lesley Payne