Relive the classic film in this stunning stage production of Chariots of Fire at the Gielgud Theatre.
Coinciding with the London 2012 Games, this tale of courage, belief and Olympic dreams is sure to inspire you.
Based around the 1924 Paris Olympics, Chariots of Fire is the fact-based story of two British runners who dream of Olympic glory despite personal barriers.
Harold Abrahams, a Jew, is hindered by anti-Semitism, while Eric Liddell, a devout Scotsman, is forced to choose between his faith and his running career. Full of emotion and tension, the play follows the pair from the early days of their training and first race against each other to the nail-biting conclusion of their events at the 1924 Olympic Games.
Accompanied by the original score by Vangelis, this production takes place in the Gielgud Theatre, which has been transformed into an evocative vintage stadium by award-winning set designer Miriam Buether.
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Venue Details & Map
33 Shaftesbury AvenueLondonW1D 6AR
- 0844 482 5130
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- Charing Cross (approx. 550m) Piccadilly Circus (approx. 250m)
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