Heralded in London and on Broadway,
this new play by the Tony Award-
winning writer of Billy Elliot is based
on a triumphant true story. A group
of miners in Northern England
taking an art appreciation class start
experimenting with painting and soon
build an astonishing body of work
that makes them the unlikeliest of art
world sensations. An arresting and
hilarious salute to the power of individual expression and the collective spirit, The Pitmen Painters is a deeply moving and timely look at art, class and politics.
Seating is general admission.
House opens 30 minutes prior
to the performance. We encourage
all ticket holders to arrive at least
15 minutes prior to curtain time. LATECOMERS WILL NOT BE SEATED.
"A wonderful piece of theatre:
Comic, sad and stirring in the
same breath." — Financial Times