“Great Expectations,” one of the most popular Charles Dickens classics comes to life on the big screen making theater history from London’s Vaudeville Theater. Since its original publication 150 years ago, “Great Expectations,” has been portrayed in film, TV and musicals, but this is the first full-length play from London’s West End.
"Great Expectations" at Digiplex Theaters
This top-notch performance of “Great Expectations” provides a dramatic portrayal of Pip’s growth and personal development. Pip, with his ‘great expectations,’ feels guilt for a crime he committed at an early age and lives in fear of being arrested. In addition to crime, the film also depicts ambition, social class and the importance of social advancement in the class system of Victorian England.