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Being Mr Wickham Live Stream

Sat 1 May

Running Time : 1 hour 30 minutes

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Performed by Adrian Lukis, Written by Adrian Lukis and Catherine Curzon, Directed by Guy Unsworth.

Live-streamed from the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds.  Followed by a live Q&A hosted by Libby Purves

Mr Wickham is blessed with such happy manners as may ensure his making friends – whether he may be equally capable of retaining them is less certain.

Mr Wickham is ready to set the record straight.

Adrian Lukis, who starred in the renowned BBC TV adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, returns to the role of Mr Wickham this spring. Join Pride and Prejudice’s most roguish gentleman, George Wickham, on the eve of his sixtieth birthday, to lift the sheets on what exactly what happened thirty years on from where we left him… 

Live from the stage of the magnificent Regency Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, discover his own version of some very famous literary events. What really happened with Darcy…? What did he feel about Lizzie…? What happened at Waterloo? Not to mention Byron…

These live performances will be followed by a LIVE Q&A WITH ADRIAN LUKIS hosted by Libby Purves, radio presenter, journalist, drama critic and author. A previous Times Columnist of the Year and author of 12 novels and non-fiction books, she was for 40 years a BBC Radio 4 broadcaster after becoming the Today programme’s first woman and youngest-ever presenter.

The award-winning Original Theatre have previously visited Theatre Royal with Birdsong, Three Men in a Boat and Invincible.  Since March 2020, Original have created Original Online which has streamed a number of award-winning productions to over 39,000 audiences worldwide.

THIS LIVE STREAM CAN BE WATCHED FROM ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD.

 

LIVE-STREAM LINK:

https://stream.originaltheatreonline.com/theatreroyalbse-login

 

FAQs:

https://theatreroyal.org/being-mr-wickham-live-stream-faqs/

 

How to access the live stream:

Once you have purchased tickets, the website link will be sent to you a couple of days before the streaming and you will simply need to log in with the email address and password you use to log into your Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds account.

If you didn’t create a password or you have forgotten it please go to the homepage of our website. 
Click on Log In and choose FORGOT PASSWORD to set a password up. 
A link will be emailed to you and you can set a password from there.

The performance will be streamed directly to a special streaming site in partnership with Original Theatre Online. You will be able to watch on any laptop or tablet browser such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari or Opera. You can also watch on your mobile device: Chrome on Android, UC Browser on Android, Samsung Internet, iOS 8+ and Windows Phone 8+. To watch the show on a TV we advise using a HDMI cable to sync with your laptop or device. This will be a live performance and must be watched at the time of the event.

Tickets limited to one per account. 

There is a captioned version of the production on Saturday at 7.30pm.  If you would like your live stream to include captions please select the CAPTIONED ticket type.

Tickets will stop selling 2 hours prior to each performance.

Tickets are limited to one ticket per account as your Theatre Royal account details will provide access to the live stream and only one live stream can be watched at one time.

PLEASE NOTE – SHOW TIMES ARE BST

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