Tom Stoppard's newest play, ROCK 'N' ROLL, spans the years from 1968 - 1990 from the double perspective of Prague, where a rock 'n' roll band comes to symbolise resistance to the Communist regime - and of Cambridge, where the verities of love and death are shaping the lives of three generations in the family of a Marxist philosopher.

Following its sold out run at the Royal Court, ROCK 'N' ROLL transfers to the Duke of York's Theatre from 22 July for 9 weeks only.


Sonia Friedman Productions, Tulbart Productions and Michael Linnit for National Angels present The Royal Court Theatre production of “ROCK ‘N’ ROLL”.