Last chance to see -‘The Red Barn’, by David Hare ends at the National Theatre on 17 January

The Red Barn

The Red Barn

The Red Barn a new play by David Hare, based on the novel, La Main, by Georges Simenon finishes its run in the Lyttelton Theatre on 17 January.

The great detective writer Georges Simenon escaped France at the end of World War Two, and arrived in the USA to start again. With his American wife, he settled at Shadow Rock Farm in Lakeville, Connecticut. Years later, he wrote La Main, a psychological thriller set in a New England farmhouse.

David Hare has took this novel and forged from it a startling new play that unfolds in Connecticut in 1969. On their way back from a party, two couples struggle home through the snow. Not everyone arrives safely.

The cast is Hope Davis, Elizabeth Debicki, Michael Elwyn, Stuart Milligan, Anna Skellern, Mark Strong, Oliver Wilson, Nigel Whitmey and Jade Yourell.

The Red Barn is produced in association with Scott Rudin.

The final performances of The Red Barn are

Wed 11 Jan at 7.30pm

Thu 12 Jan at 2.15pm (captioned performance)

Thu 12 Jan at 7.30pm

Fri 13 Jan at 7.30pm

Sat 14 Jan at 2.15pm (audio described and touch tour)

Sat 14 Jan at 7.30pm

Mon 16 Jan at 7.30pm

Tue 17 Jan at 2.15pm

Tue 17 Jan at 7.30pm