Misfits is coming to The Queen’s Theatre and you can watch it from home

Ever wondered what would happen if you had to lockdown after purchasing theatre tickets? The Queen’s Theatre has

They have raised a new service for Misfits, playing 12-22 November 2020. Book tickets now and you can choose if your watching from home or at the theatre. You can make changes to the tickets up to a day before the production

The play will be rehearsed and performed in a socially distanced environment. It will be co-directed by QTH Artistic Director Douglas Rintoul (As You Like It; In Basildon; The Hired Man, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch) and Emma Baggott (Stiletto Beach, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch; Assistant Director for As You Like It, RSC).

The cast is: Anne Odeke (Bartholomew Fair, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Globe Theatre), Gemma Salter (Cruel Intentions, The Assembly Rooms), Mona Goodwin (The Visit, National Theatre) and Thomas Coombes (Save Me, Sky TV).

QTH Artistic Director Douglas Rintoul says: ‘We’re incredibly proud to be commissioning and employing freelancers during this challenging time for this brand new joyous and celebratory play about the Essex experience. This sterling cast will take you on an epic and whirlwind journey through place and time, leaving you a little more in love with this misunderstood region. Enjoy it in the theatre or from the comfort of your sofa, the choice is yours.’

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