The Lovely Bones to be adapted for the stage
Alice Sebold’s The Lovely Bones is being adapted for the stage by playwright Bryony Lavery.
It will be directed by Melly Still, and is a co-production between Birmingham Repertory Theatre, the Royal and Derngate and Northern Stage, in association with the Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse.
The play will open at the Royal and Derngate on September 1 before transferring to the other venues. It will also play at the New Wolsey Theatre in Ipswich, where it will run from November 13 to November 17.
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