Rebecca Drama


  • Start date

    Monday 26 October 2015

  • End date

    Saturday 31 October 2015

  • venue

    His Majesty's Theatre

  • time

    7.30pm | Thu 2pm & Sat 2.30pm

  • age


  • price

    ★£28.50 - £12.50 inc. bf | £33.50 - £27.50 inc. bf

  • genre


From the internationally acclaimed Kneehigh Theatre
Daphne Du Maurier's Rebecca, directed and adapted by Emma Rice

Kneehigh is one of the world’s most celebrated theatre companies and their international hits include Brief Encounter and Tristan and Yseult.

Rebecca is timeless; the book beloved by generations and the iconic Alfred Hitchcock film a classic of the genre. Now Rebecca bursts onto the stage! Emma Rice, the award winning director, has created a spellbinding new production of Daphne du Maurier’s masterpiece which conjures Cornish romance and theatrical magic.

Following the mysterious death of his first wife, Maxim de Winter returns to Manderley with his new young bride. Surrounded by memories of the glamorous Rebecca, the new Mrs De Winter is consumed by jealousy. She sets out to uncover the secrets of the house and a past fiercely guarded by the sinister housekeeper Mrs Danvers. All is not what it seems in Manderley... 

Rebecca is presented by David Pugh & Dafydd Rogers, the multi-award winning producers of Art, Brief Encounter, God of Carnage and Calendar Girls in association with Steve & Jenny Wiener and the Theatre Royal Plymouth.


Thursday 29 October, 7.30pm

Audio Described
Saturday 31 October, 2.30pm

Saturday 31 October, 2.30pm

Latest Reviews

Eleanor Bull

Sunday 01 November

I took my Dad to see this production tonight and we were utterly captivated! What an amazing production and what a set! The actors/musicians were great, the suspense mixed with laughs had us biting our nails, and we thought the unusual aspects like music on stage and on-stage/off-stage almost brechtian approach worked so well. This was a perfect Halloween evening thank you all!


Fionnuala O'Hare

Thursday 29 October

Thoroughly enjoyed it! Incredible production. A mixture of comedy, wonderful music and drama. A great take on the book!


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