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Rupert Goold’s sensational production of James Graham’s new play Ink is all set to make its grand entry to the London Westend Duke of York’s Theatre. The blockbuster show has enjoyed a critically acclaimed sold-out season at the Almeida Theatre and has been now transferred to the West End for limited season. Duke of York’s Theatre is all set to host this drama which revolves around a young Rupert Murdoch in his bid to establish The Sun newspaper.

If you are an ardent fan of gripping dramas then simply grab tickets of Duke of York’s theatre. in case, you haven’t enjoyed the show at the Almeida Theatre then this is a great opportunity to catch the blockbuster in the West End. The brand new show at the London Westend features some of the finest theatre’s actors. Moreover, it is also overwhelming to catch some great historical facts onstage performed by group of sterling actors under the superb direction of brilliant director.

Ink is adapted from the real life saga of Murdoch’s rise to infamy and set during the era of late 60s. The show beautifully depicts the birth of one of the country’s most influential newspapers in 1969. In order to bring a change in the industry and to disrupt the traditions of Fleet Street, Murdoch launches his own paper, alongside Larry Lamb who is its first editor.

The lead role of Rupert Murdoch is portrayed by Bertie Carvel renowned for some great works like The Hairy Ape at the Old Vic Theatre and his Olivier Award-winning role in Matilda the Musical. Other talented cast members include Richard Coyle (Coupling) as Larry Lamb, alongside Oliver Birch, Rachel Caffrey, Pearl Chanda, Geoffrey Freshwater, Jack Holden, Justin Salinger, David Schofield, Sophie Stanton, Tim Seed, Tony Turner and Rene Zagger.

Ink is a gripping drama under the direction of Rupert Goold whose credits include King Charles III, Made in Dagenham. The show is penned by James Graham, known for another powerful political comedy Labour of Love to be hosted at the Noel Coward Theatre. Other key highlights of the spectacular production are design by Bunny Christie, lighting design by Neil Austin, video design by Jon Driscoll and sound design and original compositions by Adam Cork.

Get set to catch all the drama and action of history with the show, Ink at the Duke of York’s Theatre from September 9th 2017 to January 6th 2017. Ink is not recommended for children. The show features usage of real cigarettes.

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45 St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4BG

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09 Sep 2017
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06 Jan 2018
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