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Nicholas Hytner in Conversation

Jewish Literary Foundation presents Book Week 24

Sun 3 Mar

Nicholas Hytner in Conversation

Jewish Literary Foundation presents Book Week 24

Speakers Nicholas Hytner
Chair Elliot Levey

Sir Nicholas joins fellow Olivier-winner Elliot Levey to reflect on an extraordinary stage and screen career, from Miss Saigon and The Madness of King George to running the National and co-founding The Bridge.

The achievements of Nicholas Hytner in any one of the mediums he has conquered could easily fill an hour.

His Miss Saigon ran for a decade on both sides of the Atlantic; Carousel and The History Boys won him Olivier and Tony awards. He followed his innovative 12-year run as director of the National Theatre by co-founding the first wholly new theatre of scale to be added to London’s commercial sector in 80 years, The Bridge. He has directed operas for ENO, the Met and Paris Opera and films including The Madness of King George and The Crucible. He joins fellow Olivier-winner Elliot Levey – who he directed in His Dark Materials and The Habit of Art – to reflect on his extraordinary career.

This event will last approximate 1 hour, without an interval.

About the Speakers:

Sir Nicholas Hytner was Director of the National Theatre from 2003 – 2015, where he directed and produced more than 200 shows. He formed the Bridge Theatre with Nick Starr in 2017. He was knighted in the 2010 New Year Honours for services to drama.

Elliot Levey is an actor and writer. He won the Best Actor Olivier Award for his role in Cabaret and is a regular on London’s stages and occasionally pops up on screen.

Date:Sun 3 Mar
Start time:12.30pm (Doors: 12pm)
Venue:Hall One
+ 10% booking fee.

Booking Fees

A booking fee of 10% will be applied in your basket, with a maximum charge of £5.00 per transaction. Kings Place Friends are exempt from all booking fees.

Why do booking fees apply?
Booking fees (per order, not per ticket) covers our Box Office administrative costs so that Kings Place Music Foundation, the charity set up to run the music spaces at Kings Place, can continue to support our programme, artists and learning and participation work.

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Book Week - £5 ‘Under 30s’ tickets available
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