Friday, 8 April 2016
8:30pm - 11:00pm
WICE discounted ticket price from €55 per person
Theatre in Paris welcomes WICE members to a spectacular performance of the popular comedic play “The Lie” with English surtitles. The performance will be held at the Edouard VII Theatre, named after King Edward VII of Great Britain, a lover of the French arts, who wished to strengthen Anglo-French relations.
The discounted ticket price includes a pre-performance talk about the history of the theatre, the plot and the actors plus a complimentary glass of wine.
Please note: Tickets are purchased through Theatre in Paris (see link below) using the discount code provided with the WICE registration confirmation email. To ensure optimal seating at the discounted price, tickets must be purchased by 8 February.
What are English surtitles?
A translation of a libretto or other text projected onto a screen above the stage during a performance.
The Lie is a popular comedy that debuted in Paris in September 2015. Alice (Evelyne Bouix) has spotted her friend’s husband with another woman and is faced with an agonizing dilemma: should she tell her friend what she saw, or not? Her husband Paul (Pierre Arditi) tries to convince her that she should hide the truth. The concept of the truth becomes highly confused, leading many audience members to exit the theatre deep in conversation as to what really happened.
The Playwright and Actors
The Lie is written by the young and highly talented author Florian Zeller and directed by the renowned Bernard Murat. Adding to his already impressive repertoire, Zeller has also written The Father, which is currently playing at London’s Wyndham theatre. The acting in The Lie is top quality, featuring Pierre Arditi, a César award winning actor. The play also stars Evelyne Bouix, Arditi’s wife, both in real life and on-stage.
For more information on The Lie go to http://www.theatreinparis.com/the-lie.html
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