Oliver Twist: At Home

Available to view from 25 October – 20 November

A Leeds Playhouse production in association with Ramps on the Moon

Written by Bryony Lavery

Based on the novel by Charles Dickens

Directed by Amy Leach

We are thrilled to be able to give you the opportunity to enjoy Oliver Twist – our landmark adaptation of the Charles Dickens’ classic with Ramps on the Moon – in the comfort of your own home.

When the production was cancelled mid-run last year by the first lockdown, audiences were left wanting more. Now, we are giving people the chance to join Oliver, Fagin, Dodger and the gang in a digital adventure via a specially-filmed version of the hit production available exclusively online from 25 October – 20 November.

You can book your free viewing link here, using the special code PressLP. Simply choose the date that suits you and follow the onscreen instructions, adding the code when prompted at the checkout.

We are, of course, happy for you to watch the show for free but, if you are able, we would very much appreciate it if you would consider paying £15, £20 or £25 to enjoy Oliver Twist at home with your family or friends.

Money raised from ticket sales will help to fund next year’s production from Ramps on the Moon. Now in its sixth year, this pioneering initiative from six major UK theatre companies is committed to enriching the stories we tell and the way we tell them by normalising the presence of deaf and disabled people both on and off stage.

Whatever streaming option you choose, here’s some guidance on how to watch the show.

We hope you enjoy the production.

Artistic Director James Brining & Executive Director Robin Hawkes

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