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Girl from the North Country

An electrifying new work from esteemed playwright Conor McPherson along with classic songs from Bob Dylan.

Girl from the North Country will transfer to the West End's Noël Coward Theatre following its run at the Old Vic

Duluth, Minnesota in the midst of the Great Depression.

A family adrift, their future on a knife edge. Lost and lonely people drifting through rooms of their guesthouse. But Nick Laine thinks he’s seen a way out…

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★★★★★ "Astonishing" - The Guardian

★★★★★ "Piercingly beautiful" - The Independent

★★★★★ "Conor McPherson weaves magic with Bob Dylan’s songs" - The Observer


85-88 St Martins Lane London WC2N 4AU

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Noel Coward Theatre

85-88 St Martins Lane London WC2N 4AU

Latest customer reviews

  • 23 March 2018

    Superb Never listened to Bob Dylan’s music before, the show made me download it. The performances were amazing and had so much depth.

    Ese Confirmed ticket purchaser


    23 March 2018

    Enjoyed it very much.

    fred Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Girl from the North Country

    23 March 2018

    Brilliant. Such a wonderful soulful play full of emotion, perfectly matched with Bob Dylan's songs,performed by a truly talented cast.

    Alex A Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Powerful storyline; mesmerising singing!

    22 March 2018

    We booked this because it mentioned Bob Dylan’s lyrics and music. Initially, we thought it might be about his life so we apprehensive when the play started. We were quickly won over by the amazing singing and the “take” on Dylan’s music. How clever to set the play before Dylan was born - it would have been far too difficult to set it in his time; the audience would have wanted to draw conclusions about him. We highly recommend this play but make sure you take plenty of tissues with you because your emotions will spill over before the end the show. Brilliant - I so much want to see it again. Elizabeth and Marianne were absolutely wonderful when they sang. Well done all of you. You’re brilliant.

    Julie and Alan Confirmed ticket purchaser

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