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Who knew a hospital could be so much fun?! Our Allelujah! cast members can't stop making each other laugh in rehearsals as they bring local Yorkshire hospital, The Beth, to life at The Bridge.
In Alan Bennett's new play Allelujah!, Nadine Higgin and Sam Bond are film makers documenting the patients' efforts to save their local hospital, The Beth.
Alan Bennett's first play in more than five years opens in just two weeks' time.
Are you looking forward to seeing Allelujah! at The Bridge?
This is Oli, our Facilities Manager. He's currently listening to Francis Trouble by Albert Hammond Jr and reading text books on environmental science.
His favourite thing about working at The Bridge is the 'insane' view of the river and the mutual respect between departments.
Thank you to everyone who has joined us to experience Laura Linney's extraordinary performance in My Name is Lucy Barton.
It was a pleasure to welcome Laura for her first ever performance on the London stage... And we hope it won't be her last!
"She taps into a truth that connects all of us, about family and identity... and the inherent pain of growing up and becoming your own person."
After three weeks of sold-out shows, tomorrow marks Laura Linney's final performance of My Name Is Lucy Barton at The Bridge.
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"The thing the two projects both deal with is poverty in America ... The stereotype has been to not deal with that. But a real artistic endeavour does try and touch the truth."
Laura Linney spoke to Deadline Hollywood about the similarities between My Name Is Lucy Barton and Netflix's Ozark.
It's a school reunion at The Bridge for The History Boys!
It's been a privilege to have playwright Alan Bennett join director Nicholas Hytner and the cast in rehearsals for Allelujah!, his first new play in five years.
Rona Munro's 'skilfull and faithfull' adaptation of Elizabeth Strout's My Name Is Lucy Barton may be sold out, but you can still call in at the box office to secure £15 day seats.
"It's a look at a mother and a daughter... How our identities shift through each role... How lives can change and take you to places that you don't expect."
Skip to 08:30 to hear Laura Linney discussing #MyNameIsLucyBarton on BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour.
Deborah Findlay, Sacha Dhawan and our 25-strong cast are busy in rehearsals for Alan Bennett's brand new play Allelujah!
Here is your first glimpse behind the scenes as they bring Yorkshire hospital 'The Beth' to life.
As Lucy Barton herself says, 'I like writers who try to tell you something truthful.'
If you have been looking for tickets to our sell-out production of My Name Is Lucy Barton, pop in to the box office to secure £15 day seats.
How many madeleines do you think are baked at The Bridge each week? You'll never guess... 1,200!
Have you tried them yet?
Richard Eyre's 'exquisitely modulated' production of My Name Is Lucy Barton is very nearly sold out. But you can still secure £15 day seats if you come to the Box Office. http://po.st/MNILB
Director Matthew Dunster and Jim Broadbent took some time to catch up at the opening night of My Name Is Lucy Barton this week.
The pair will work together on A Very Very Very Dark Matter at The Bridge this October.
If you want to see Laura Linney's 'simply superb' performance in My Name Is Lucy Barton, pop into our box office to secure £15 day seats. You only have two weeks! http://po.st/MNILB
Congratulations to Laura Linney, Richard Eyre, Elizabeth Strout, Rona Munro and the rest of the My Name Is Lucy Barton company on a stellar opening.
Photography by Craig Sugden Photography.
The cast of Allelujah! took a break from rehearsals to enjoy the opening night of My Name Is Lucy Barton together.
Alan Bennett's new play is at The Bridge from 11 July. po.st/Allelujah
It's lovely to be joined by so many friends as we celebrate the opening of My Name Is Lucy Barton with Laura Linney and director Richard Eyre. po.st/MNILB
Photography by Craig Sugden Photography
Tonight we celebrate the opening of My Name Is Lucy Barton at The Bridge.
Are you joining us? http://po.st/MNILB
Here is your first look at three-time Academy Award nominee Laura Linney as she brings Elizabeth Strout's My Name Is Lucy Barton to life at The Bridge.
There aren’t many tickets left, so get yourself down to our box office to secure £15 day seats. po.st/MNILB
Say hello to Rhea, our new Box Office Supervisor. She's enjoying getting to know all the different departments here at The Bridge and watching the comings and goings by Potters Fields Park in the warm weather we've been having.
She's currently reading Short Stories by Michael Morpurgo.
“I am very interested in how damage that no one talks about can reverberate through generations.”
Pulitzer Prize winning author Elizabeth Strout spoke to The Telegraph ahead of the first performance of My Name Is Lucy Barton at The Bridge tonight.
My Name is Lucy Barton, with Laura Linney, starts today.
There aren't many tickets left for tonight, so get yourself down to our box office to buy £15 day seats. http://po.st/MNILB
Young Bridge competition time! What novel would you like to see adapted for stage?
Comment with your answer and you could win a signed copy of Elizabeth Strout's #MyNameIsLucyBarton and Anything Is Possible. Remember to sign-up for Young Bridge membership, free of charge, in order to be eligible.