Stream the Orange Tree’s THE FALSE SERVANT from 26 to 29 July

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Great news for theatre fans not yet ready to return in person. The Orange Tree’s much-praised production of Martin Crimp’s translation of Pierre Marivaux’s THE FALSE SERVANT is available to watch online on demand any time from Tuesday 26 July at 7.30pm BST right through until to Friday 29 July at 11.59pm BST.

When a man thinks he can cynically take a rich woman’s money and then run off with an even more lucrative potential fiancée, he’d best not tell the fiancée by mistake. Le Chevalier, a woman disguised as the son of an aristocrat, embarks on a plan that will expose the dark heart of this male power-play.

This version by Martin Crimp was acclaimed at its 2004 National Theatre premiere by The Telegraph: “Thrills, chills, and belly laughs – this addictively adult comedy has got the lot.”

Paul Miller directs, following his earlier acclaimed production of Marivaux’s THE LOTTERY OF LOVE. Martin Crimp’s prolific international career began at the Orange Tree Theatre, including their recent hit revival of DEALING WITH CLAIR.

“Marivaux’s scepticism, irony and fascination with money and sex make him seem peculiarly modern” The Guardian

This streamed on demand performance will be available to watch from Tuesday 26 July at 7.30pm BST to Friday 29 July at 11.59pm BST and is available with captioning by Stagetext.

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Tickets are available at £15, £25, £32 – you are requested to pay what you can within these guidelines.

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