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Ended 22 Mar 2014 after 41 days

An astounding story of survival and endurance, and the tales of Hollywood, happiness and what happened next.

Soho Theatre

Closed 22 Mar 2014

The ex-convict and reformed smuggler, Billy Hayes uncovers the truth behind Oliver Stone's film Riding the Midnight Express, which is based upon his life and experiences as a drug smuggler and prisoner in Turkey.

This limited-run production at St Lukes Theatre is a rare chance to hear a captivating story-teller's truly unforgettable and uplifting tale told live... and meet a man who has experienced much more than most ever will.

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Opening night: 9 February 2014

Closing night: 22 March 2014


May not be suitable for younger audiences

Run time

70 minutes, with no intermission

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