William Golding’s explosive 20th century classic hits the stage in an all new ensemble production.
“What are we? Humans? Animals? Or savages?”
Eleven children, one island... an incredible adventure turns into a fight for survival.
Lord of the Flies returns as part of our second season at the Greenwich Theatre after our ★★★★★sell out run in 2018.
Lord of the Flies is produced in association with Greenwich Theatre.
Dates 19th - 30th March 2019
Tuesday – Saturday at 7.30pm,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday matinee at 2.30pmVenue The Greenwich Theatre
Age recommendation 12+
★★★★★ “This is an exhilarating, energetic and brutal production that will leave you breathless. Another triumph for Lazarus Theatre”
Fairy Powered Productions
Written by Nigel Williams,
based on the book by William Golding
Directed by Ricky Dukes
Movement Director - Julia Cave
Designed by Alfie Heywood
Lighting Design by Ben Jacobs
Sound Design by Nicola Chang
Costume Design Rebecca Carpenter
Associate Producer – Gavin Harrington-Odedra
Dramaturge – Sara Reimers
Stage Manager –
Assistant Director –
Company Photographer – Adam Trigg
Production Graphic Designer – Will Beeston
★★★★ “A strong & stirring production, making a classic story feel as if it was written yesterday – the performances are excellent.”
Debbie Gilpin, Mind the Blog
★★★★ “A visceral and irresistible production.”
Pete Shaw, BroadwayBaby
Awarded the prestigious Nobel Prize in Literature in 1983, William Golding’s writing continues to touch every country in the world and is today read in more than 35 languages.
He was knighted by the Queen in 1988, and his ‘you-must-have-read-this’ classic novel Lord of the Flies is a global phenomenon.
In addition to 12 novels, Golding also wrote plays, many essays and reviews, several short stories, some poems, and a travel book about Egypt. (1911 -1993) Golding was knighted in 1988
★★★★ “Atmospheric, dark and menacing, Lazarus Theatre stages an engaging, visceral and very physical production of William Golding's Lord of the Flies.”
Anne Cox, Stage Review
★★★★ “A visual feast which often extends beyond the confines of the stage”
Greg Stewart, Theatre Weekly
★★★★★ Fairy Powered Productions
★★★★ Pete Shaw, BroadwayBaby
★★★★ Greg Stewart, Theatre Weekly
★★★★ Mary Grace Nguyen, TrendFem
★★★★ Irene Llyod, Everything Theatre
★★★★ Anne Cox, Stage Review
★★★★ Debbie Gilpin, Mind the Blog
★★★★ “A thrilling and atmospheric production...
Massively impressive… Sizzles with relevance and timelessness…
Enduring fans of the book will not be disappointed”
Mary Grace Nguyen, TrendFem