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An Enemy of the People (Opens 6th February)
Duke of York’s Theatre
Ibsen’s classic An Enemy of the People comes to the West End starring Matt Smith (Doctor Who). Thomas Ostermeier’s bold reimagining of the thought provoking play explores the truth in a society driven by power and money.
When Dr. Stockmann makes an unbelievable discovery about the healing waters in his local baths, he holds the future of the town in his hands, but those with everything to lose refuse to accept his word. As the battle goes beyond contaminated water, barriers are broken in this contemporary production as Ostermeier shows us why this perennial class will be relevant forever.
An Enemy of the People stars Matt Smith as Dr. Stockmann. Joining him are Jessica Brown Findlay as Katharina Stockmann, Priyanga Burford as Aslaksen, Zachary Hart as Billing, Paul Hilton as Peter Stockmann, Nigel Lindsay as Morten Kiil and Shubham Saraf as Hovstad.
opens at the Duke of York’s Theatre for a strictly limited run from 6th February 2024.
The Picture of Dorian Gray (Opens 6th February)
Theatre Royal Haymarket
The ground-breaking production of The Picture of Dorian Gray returns to London next month starring Golden Globe winner Sarah Snook.
This witty and contemporary version of Oscar Wilde’s classic tale is adapted and directed by multi-award winning Director Kip Williams. The Picture of Dorian Gray uses interplay of live performance and video to create this astonishing production.
The Picture of Dorian Gray will open at the Theatre Royal Haymarket on 6th February 2024 for a strictly limited 14-week run.
The Merchant of Venice (Opens 15th February)
Hailed by the Telegraph as ‘The year’s most important Shakespeare production’, this thrilling new adaptation of The Merchant of Venice comes to the West End next month.
Starring Tracy-Ann Oberman (EastEnders/ Doctor Who) as Shylock, this timely reimagining of one of the bard’s greatest comedies is set to be directed by Brigid Larmour. This version of the play will be set in 1936 London as is set to be a huge hit.
With the city on the brink of political unrest, fascism sweeping across Europe and Oswald Mosley’s British Union of Fascists threatening a paramilitary march through the Jewish East End, strong-willed single mother Shylock runs a pawnbroking business from her house in Cable Street where Mosley will march. When charismatic, antisemitic aristocrat Antonio comes to her for a loan, a high-stakes deal is struck. Will Shylock take her revenge, and who will pay the ultimate price?
Starring alongside Tracy-Ann Oberman is Raymond Coulthard in the roles of Antonio and Arragon, Hannah Morrish as Portia, Gavin Fowler as Bassanio, Jessica Dennis as Mary and Nerissa, Grainne Dromgoole as Jessica, Xavier Starr as Gratiano, Alex Zur as Yuval/The Duke/Balthasar/Blackshirt (member of the British Union of Fascists), and Nancy Farino as Stefania/Blackshirt (member of the British Union of Fascists) .
The Merchant of Venice opens at the Criterion Theatre from 15th February to 23rd March 2024. Book now to see this thought provoking play next month.
Long Day’s Journey Into Night (Opens 19th March)
Thought of as one of the greatest American plays of the 20th century, Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night opens in London in Spring 2024.
The play is set to star Emmy and Golden Globe winning actors Brian Cox and Patricia Clarkson make their return to the West End. They are joined by Anthony Boyle, Daryl McCormack and Louisa Harland.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning play follows the story of the Tyrone family one summer say and is based on the writer’s own dysfunctional family. Long Day’s Journey Into Night is a tale of love, hate, family, betrayal and addiction. With beautifully created characters, this deeply moving play is a theatrical event not to be missed.
Directed by Jeremy Herrin (Best of Enemies), this interpretation comes to the Wyndham’s Theatre on 19th March 2024. Make sure to secure your Long Day’s Journey Into Night theatre tickets now.