Ralph Fiennes delivers an extraordinary tour de force in T S Eliot’s final masterpiece which offers four interwoven meditations on the nature of time, faith and the quest for spiritual enlightenment.
This 20th century classic was mostly written during the Second World War when the closure of the playhouses during the Blitz interrupted Eliot’s work in theatre. It contains some of the most exquisite and unforgettable reflections upon survival in a time of crisis.
Tickets are expected to be in high demand, so secure your seats now to see T S Eliot’s final masterpiece live on stage!
Ralph Fiennes first performed it at Theatre Royal Bath in May this year, and will take it on a tour designed to support theatre across the country before he plays at the West End's Harold Pinter Theatre.
Blunt theatricality: Brendan Macdonald reviews Ralph Fiennes’ performance of a modern classic
Brilliant Fiennes breathes air and physicality into Eliot's work
An absolute masterpiece
A relevant and moving performance
Bewildering and otherworldly in its intensity
An intellectually sophisticated trip to the theatre
The actor dazzles in this one-man adaptation of TS Eliot's opus about the passing of time
Ralph Fiennes reads TS Eliot with ferocious focus
This is an intimate evening from an actor who gets more interesting the further he gets from movie stardom