The Ocean at the End of the Lane
Get The Ocean at the End of the Lane Tickets to Witness Neil Gaiman’s Incredible Story on Stage
After opening at the National Theatre in December 2019 and following a highly successful sell-out run, the commended theatrical adaptation of The Ocean at the End of the Lane is transferring to the Duke of York’s Theatre on West End. With the play receiving a host of 5-star reviews and praises, The Ocean at the End of the Lane tickets are going to be in high demand, so you must not miss the opportunity of booking them at the earliest. The play is the first adaptation of the best-selling novel of the same name by Neil Gaiman. The British National Book Awards voted the novel as Book of the Year. The plot remains true to the source and shows the life of a boy who makes friends with a coven of witches.
Neil has many novels and children’s stories under his sleeve. A few of his most popular works are InterWorld, Anansi Boys, American Gods, Stardust, Coraline, Neverwhere, The Silver Dream, Good Omens, Graveyard Book, and the latest, Eternity’s Wheel. Those who have read and loved the comic book series called The Sandman may already recognise the creator of this show. Neil Gaiman is the world’s first writer to receive both the Newberry and Carnegie medals for the same book – The Graveyard Book, which he wrote in 2008.
The Team Behind the Play
When The Ocean at the End of the Lane opened at the National Theatre, it starred Samuel Blenkin as Boy, while Marli Siy played Lettie Hempstock, Josie Walker played Old Mrs Hempstock, Jeffrey Sangalang played Lodger/ensemble, Justin Salinger played Dad, Jade Croot played Sis/ensemble, Ginnie Hempstock as Carlyss Peer, Owain Gwynn as Policeman/ensemble, Fred David as Ensemble, jess Williams as Policewoman/ensemble, and Pippa Nixon as Ursula/Skartach. Joel Horwood adapted the play for the stage and Katy Rudd is directing it. With the full team anticipated to make its return, expect a huge rush and keep your eyes open for The Ocean at the End of the Lane tickets.
What is the Play About?
A man returned to his childhood abode after several years. This is the same Sussex farmhouse where he grew up playing outdoors. As he stands near a fish pond, he finds himself teleported to his 12th birthday after Lettie, his imaginative friend, called the pond an ocean. As the pair dive into the mysterious and majestic world, how long they survive will fully relies on their power to fight the ancient dark forces that won’t stop at anything until they destroy everything around.
This is a captivating and unique play that will take you on an enchanting journey beyond imagination. See this visual spectacle live with The Ocean at the End of the Lane tickets at the Duke of York’s Theatre. Buy your tickets soon!