Long Day's Journey Into Night, by Eugene O'Neil

Jeremy Irons

Lesley Manville

Director: Richard Eyre

Designer: Rob Howell

Lighting Designer: Peter Mumford

Sound Designer: John Leonard

"Oustanding... Deeply Moving"- The Guardian

"5 stars"- Daily Mail

Richard Eyre

Director

Theatre includes Hamlet, Kafka’s Dick, Edmond (Royal Court), Comedians, Guys and Dolls, The Beggar’s Opera, The Government Inspector, The Futurists, The Changeling, The Voysey Inheritance, Racing Demon, Richard III, Night of the Iguana,  White Chameleon, Skylight,  Napoli Milionaria,  Sweet Bird of Youth, The Absence of War, John Gabriel Borkman, The Prince’s Play, Amy’s View, King Lear, The Invention of Love, Vincent in Brixton, The Reporter, The Observer, Welcome to Thebes, Liol√† (National Theatre), The Crucible (Broadway), Mary Poppins (West End/Broadway), A Flea in Her Ear (Old Vic), The Last of the Duchess (Hampstead Theatre), The Judas Kiss and The Dark Earth and the Light Sky, his own adaptations of Les Mains Sales, Hedda Gabler, Ghosts, Little Eyolf (Almeida), Private Lives, Betty Blue Eyes, Quartermaine’s Terms, Stephen Ward, Mr Foote’s Other Leg (West End). Long Day’s Journey Into Night (Bristol Old Vic). The Last Cigarette, The Pajama Game, The Stepmother (Chichester)

Opera includes La Traviata (ROH), Le Nozze di Figaro (Aix-en-Provence/Metropolitan Opera), Carmen, Werther, Manon Lescaut (Metropolitan Opera).

Television includes The Insurance Man, Country, v, Tumbledown, Suddenly Last Summer, Changing Stages, Henry IV Parts I and II, The Dresser and King Lear.

Films include The Ploughman’s Lunch, Iris, Stage Beauty, Notes on a Scandal, The Other Man and The Children Act.

He is the author of Utopia and Other Places - a memoir, National Service - a journal of his time at the National Theatre, Talking Theatre - conversations with theatre people, and What Do I Know - a collection of essays.

He was Director of Nottingham Playhouse from 1973 – 1978, Producer of Play for Today for BBC TV 1978 – 1981, and Director of the National Theatre from 1988 – 1997. He has received numerous theatre and film awards and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. He was knighted in 1997 and was made a Companion of Honour in 2017.

 

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