THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY

Bridges of Madison County

Jenna Russell is to star in Trevor Nunn's new production of The Bridges of Madison County at the Menier Chocolate Factory.

Russell will play Francesca, an Italian immigrant housewife living a happy existence on a farm in the American Midwest who meets Robert Kincaid, a National Geographic photographer on assignment filming bridges in the area.   Clint Eastwood and Meryl Streep starred in the 1995 film which was also directed by Eastwood.

The show has won of two  Tony Awards for Best Original Score and Best Orchestrations, this is some of Jason Robert Brown’s most ravishing and unforgettable music.

Produced in association with Michael Harrison & David Ian the show is based on the novel byRobert James Waller with a book by Marsha Norman, Music & Lyrics by Jason Robert Brown with Set & Costume Design Jon Bausor, Video & Projection Design Tal Rosner, Lighting Design Tim Lutkin, Sound Design Gregory Clarke, Musical Supervision/Direction Tom Murray and Orchestrations by Jason Robert Brown

Buy tickets for The Bridges of Madison County which is running fom 13th July-14th September 2019 (press night Tuesday 23rd July).

NB: No matinees on  Saturday 13th July, Sunday 14th July, Sunday 21st July & 28th July.Additional performances on  Monday 15th & 22nd July at 8pm
show times

Tuesday - Saturday 8pm
Saturday & Sunday 3:30pm Running time TBC

 

HOW TO GET TO BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY

MENIER CHOCOLATE FACTORY
5
3 Southwark Street
London SE1 1RU
underground
Tube:  London Bridge (Borough High Street exit) - Jubilee & Northern Lines  
buses to Her Majesty's Theatre
RV1 and 381
nearest car park

Parking on single yellow lines available after 18:30 and all day at weekends


DISABLED ACCESS TO BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY

Customers with visual or hearing impairments qualify for concession rates for themselves plus a companion. There is no infra red or loop system, but the size of the venue means you can sit only a few feet away from performers
Guide dogs are permitted inside the auditorium
Wheelchair access into the building is via our main entrance on Southwark Street. The theatre can take one wheelchair per performance, located at the front of the auditorium with an excellent view of the stage. There will always be at least one space available next to the wheelchair space for a companion.