Rufus Norris' TinTin travels to the West End
December 14, 2007
Rufus Norris and David Greig's adaptation of Hergé's much-loved classic tale, Tintin in Tibet, has transferred to The Playhouse Theatre in the West End.
The play follows Tintin's adventures as he journeys into the Himalayas to save his missing friend, Chang. Tintin in Tibet premiered at the Barbican in 2005 and then went on tour before returning to London for its West End run.
"Gripping, funny and blessed with tremendous heart."..."unexpectedly inspirational" The Daily Telegraph
"This theatrical account of Hergé's book...is an utterly charming mix of the idealistic and the idiotic, emotionally charged quest and fun" The Independent
"A triumph of stagecraft" Daily Express