David Tennant’s latest West End play, Good, has been postponed until Spring 2021 due to the ongoing Coronavirus crisis.
If you already have tickets you don’t need to do anything as you will be contacted and given priority to reschedule your theatre trip.
The run was due to begin on 6th October 2020 at London’s Playhouse Theatre, but due to the pandemic and social distancing restrictions the dates have had to be changed. No official start date has been revealed.
If you don’t yet have tickets but would like to get some you can sign up for priority booking here.
Set in 1930s Germany, Good shows how essentially moral and good people can be seduced and manipulated into following Nazism. It follows the journey of a Frankfurt professor, John Halder, an upstanding member of the community and devoted family man, on his journey from liberal-mindedness through to his participation in SS activities, and his justification for his actions at each step. The play was originally commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company and premiered at the Donmar Warehouse in 1981 and was revived in 1999.
The play will be produced by Fictionhouse, the new company set up by Dominic Cooke and Kate Horton, the former artistic director and executive director of the Royal Court Theatre.