Audio described in-house.
In 1950s New York, respected longshoreman Eddie Carbone lives a life of seeming stability with his wife and niece in a tight knit, immigrant community bound by moral codes of justice and honour. The surprise arrival of her Sicilian cousins unravels all that they have built together as the young men search out work, wealth and love.
In the shadows of Brooklyn Bridge, the American Dream is but a shimmering mirage in Arthur Miller’s Tony Award-winning timeless play.
An epic production directed by Juliet Forster (Sense and Sensibility, Everything is Possible: The York Suffragettes) and designed by Rhys Jarman (The Machine Stops).
Image caption: A View From the Bridge promotional artwork.
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