NT LIVE – All’s Well That Ends Well

After the sell-out success of Phedre in June, the IFI in association with the Ulster Bank Dublin Theatre Festival presents All’s Well That Ends Well, the second production in the NT Live series – a new initiative to broadcast live performances of National Theatre plays onto cinema screens around the world.

The feisty but lowly Helena falls in love with Bertram, a haughty count. To gain his hand she is set a string of impossible tasks. Even if accomplished, they can hardly guarantee his love. He refuses to bed her and yet says he’ll only be hers if she bears his child; and he lusts after another. Nevertheless, our heroine, whether wisely or not, refuses to give him up. A wondrous, bittersweet story, All’s Well That Ends Well will be performed in London on Thursday, 1st October, 2009 and broadcast live in high definition across Europe.

Presented by Irish Film Institute in association with Ulster Bank Dublin
Theatre Festival with the international support of Travelex.

Tickets cost €15. Tickets must be collected by 6.45pm, with the live
performance starting strictly at 7pm.

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