In The Bar of A Tokyo Hotel
At Charing Cross Theatre
One of Tennessee Williams most extraordinary and complex plays - a moving exploration of marital breakdown and the artist's desire to create.
Mark is a world-famous painter afraid he has lost his inspiration. His desperate, ambitious wife Miriam sees only his failure and disintegration. But Mark can sense a new art-form developing, and both characters embark on a journey of self-discovery.
At turns hilarious and heartbreaking, Williams' witty, mesmerising and profound masterpiece was last seen in London in 1983, the year of his death.
In The Bar of A Tokyo Hotel Reviews
"Linda Marlowe is a stunningly elegant, poised and utterly ruthless Miriam. An impressive tour de –force performance"
"It’s good to see Charing Cross Theatre continue to programme challenging work"
Duration of performance: