Three Comrades

£32

Set in Germany 1928, Three Comrades is adapted for the stage from Erich Maria Remarque's novel of the same name, taking place at the height of global depression. As three men struggle to earn a living as mechanics, friendship seems to be the only shelter from the chaos surrounding them. When the disillusioned Robert Lohkamp meets a mysterious young woman, his destructive view on life slowly begins to change.

From the author of the critically acclaimed All Quiet on the Western Front, this is a classic tale of endurance, as Three Comrades portrays the great kindness and potential of human spirit.

Schedule

Piccadilly Theatre

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(Piccadilly Circus) Denman Street
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