The Ocean At The End Of The Lane – new trailer released

The National Theatre has released a new trailer for the West End transfer of The Ocean At The End Of The Lane ahead of its opening at The Duke Of York’s Theatre.

Ocean At The End Of The Lane

Today, marks the release of the official trailer for the West End transfer of the National Theatre’s critically acclaimed production of The Ocean at the End of the Lane, based on the best-selling novel by Neil Gaiman.

Featuring the original National Theatre cast, the trailer was filmed on the Dorfman Theatre stage where the production sold out its world premiere in 2019.

Adapted by Joel Horwood and directed by Katy Rudd, The Ocean at the End of the Lane will open at the Duke of York’s Theatre, with previews beginning from 23 October 2021. Tickets are available HERE.

The first major stage adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s work, Gaiman’s fantasy novel is ‘brought to thrilling life’ (The Times) in this modern myth, where the power of imagination and storytelling transports audiences on a spellbinding and spectacular adventure.

The trailer introduces audiences to Gaiman’s magical world and the much loved characters that inhabit it, showcasing the production’s stunning set design by Fly Davis, costume and puppet design by Samuel Wyer. Movement direction is by Steven Hoggett, composition by Jherek Bischoff, lighting design by Paule Constable, sound design by Ian Dickinson, magic and illusions direction and design by Jamie Harrison and puppetry direction by Finn Caldwell.  Casting to be confirmed.

Ocean At The End Of The Lane tickets
Marli Siu and Samuel Blenkin – Original National Theatre Cast – The Ocean At The End Of The Lane. Photo: Manuel Harlan

Returning to his childhood home, a man finds himself standing beside the duck pond of the old Sussex farmhouse where he used to play. He’s transported to his 12th birthday, spring half term. When his dad was struggling to make ends meet and his friend Lettie claimed it wasn’t a pond, but an ocean…

Plunged into a magical world, the children’s survival depends on their ability to reckon with dark, ancient forces that threaten to destroy everything around them.


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