The Brockley Jack are offering readers of this website an additional free ticket for anyone buying a full-price ticket to The Count of Monte Cristo. The show runs 19 March.
Tickets can be bought on the door (subject to availability, i.e. the show has not sold out) or you can email bookings to email@example.com
The Count of Monte Cristo
by Alexandre Dumas
adapted by Connie Stephens
presented by Myriad Productions
In return for a slow, profound, eternal torture, I would give back the same; an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.
Young Edmond Dantes has it all, the love of the beautiful Mercedes, a promising career of adventure on the high seas and a remarkably well-balanced relationship with his father. But all is not as rosy as it seems, for Edmond is the unwitting victim of three envious acquaintances who devise a scheme to falsely accuse him of treason. Sentenced to life in prison, Dantes must find a means to escape the impenetrable walls of the Chateau d’If, discover the whereabouts of Mercedes and exact a terrible revenge upon the men who robbed him of his future.
Alexandre Dumas’ formidable page-turner is brought to the stage in this rollicking new adaptation, which premieres at the Jack prior to a national UK tour. An epic story of fate and fury, revenge and hubris, ‘The Count of Monte Cristo’ is the ultimate tale of vigilante justice.
He will be revenged!
Tuesday 15 – Saturday 19 March at 7.45pm
Tickets: £12, 10 conc.
Running time two hours and forty five minutes
To book online with Ticketweb clickhere(no booking fees)
Count of Monte Cristo