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Chariots of Fire

Celebrate one of this country’s most thrilling and greatest ever sporting achievements with Chariots of Fire, in its first ever lap of the UK. The electrifying and hugely acclaimed play that lit up the West End in a blaze of glory, inspired by the legendary Oscar-winning movie, is a spectacular and ingenious production telling the story of Eric Liddell and Harold Abrahams’ quest to become the fastest men on earth at the 1924 Olympics.... Read more >>

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Chariots of Fire

Chariots of Fire Overview

Celebrate one of this country’s most thrilling and greatest ever sporting achievements with Chariots of Fire, in its first ever lap of the UK. The electrifying and hugely acclaimed play that lit up the West End in a blaze of glory, inspired by the legendary Oscar-winning movie, is a spectacular and ingenious production telling the story of Eric Liddell and Harold Abrahams’ quest to become the fastest men on earth at the 1924 Olympics.
 
Adapted for the stage by award winning Mike Bartlett and originally directed by Edward Hall, Chariots of Fire features the hugely iconic Vangelis score and brings alive the incredible true story of two British athletes whose honour, courage and sacrifice brought them glory and immortality on the greatest stage of all.
 
You cannot miss this hugely acclaimed production in its very first lap of the UK, following its triumphant run a London’s Gielgud Theatre.
 
Don’t settle for second best, there’s only one show in town that’ll leave you breathless with excitement.


***** ‘Pure exhilaration
Sunday Times

*****
Time Out

*****
Daily Mail

‘A magnificent triumph’
Mail on Sunday
 

 

 
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