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Let the Right One In - 2014 - West End Tickets, News, Info & More

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Let the Right One in is an onstage adaptation of John Ajvide Lindqvist’s Swedish horror novel and film, reworked for the stage by BAFTA award winning writer Jack Thorne. Like the original novel of the same name, the play is a heartfelt love story between two children, one of whom turns out to be a vampire…

The onstage re-imagination of the tale, now set in the brisk Scottish Highlands, has taken the darker elements of the original novel, resulting in a deeply chilling piece.

Running Time:

Two hours and 15 minutes, with one interval

Apollo Theatre


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Let the Right One In Frequently Asked Questions

What other productions of Let the Right One In have their been?
Let the Right One In has had 2 productions including West End which opened in 2014 and Off-Broadway which opened in 2015.

What productions of Let the Right One In have their been?
Let the Right One In has had 2 productions including West End which opened in 2014 and Off-Broadway which opened in 2015.

What productions of Let the Right One In have there been?
Let the Right One In has had 2 productions including West End which opened in 2014 and Off-Broadway which opened in 2015.