Tickets currently available from 27th May 2021 to 6th November 2021
Harper Lee’s incredible novel won the Pulitzer Prize and was long on the top of banned book lists. The story was inspired by Lee’s childhood in Alabama and follows Atticus Finch and his daughter Scout.
Known as one of literature’s towering symbols of honesty and compassion lawyer Atticus Finch seeks the truth in a town that seems determined to hide it.
This Pulitzer Prize-winning novel has seen many adaptations over the years, and is now coming to the West End.
The director of the play is Bartlett Sher who is already famous for giving shows like The King And I and Oslo. The play got nine Tony Award nominations and broke the Box Office record by grossing $1.5 Million in one week. Aaron Sorkin, the writer of the play made sure that the adaptation by him is unique from the other adaptations of To Kill The Mockingbird. As he admits clearly: "As far as Atticus and his virtue goes, this is a different take on Mockingbird than Harper Lee's or Horton Foote's."