Pride and Prejudice
Is it possible to fall in love against one’s will?
Venue: 2022/23 season: The National Theatre, since September 2023 The Estates Theatre
- January 2024
- March 2024
Wednesday 22. 11.Tickets available
Thursday 23. 11.Tickets available
Tuesday 19. 12.Tickets available
Wednesday 20. 12.Tickets available
Wednesday 24. 1.Tickets available
Monday 29. 1.Tickets available
Tuesday 19. 3.Tickets available
Wednesday 20. 3.Tickets available
The Estates TheatreApproximate running time
2 hours 40 minutes, 1 intermission (20 minutes) minutesLanguage
November 24, 2016
The lambent, funny and forcible novel affords the opportunity to dazzle to both the male and female members of the National Theatre Drama company, while Austen’s intelligent humour, which has captivated readers for more than two centuries, will certainly allure to the theatre women… and men alike. After all, it is a truth universally acknowledged…
“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.” Thus reads the first sentence of the best-known novel by the English author Jane Austen (1775–1817). The story, set in the countryside, ironically depicts the relationships within a family, and just as humorously treats the central problem of the parents – how to marry off all five of their daughters.
Mrs. Bennet deals with issues of manners, upbringing, morality and marriage in the society of the landed gentry. The stiff provincial atmosphere is stirred by the handsome, rich – and eligible – Mr. Bingley and his friend, the taciturn, entertaining and waspish, Mr. Darcy, who move to their neighbourhood. If Bingley likes the eldest Bennet daughter, the beautiful Jane, what will happen to the second, Elizabeth? Is it possible to fall in love against one’s will?
Official photos: Patrik Borecký
WARNING: We use tobacco products during the performance.
Suitable for audience from 12 years.
General media partner of the performance is Czech Television.
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