An Enemy of the People (Closes 13th April)

An Enemy of the People

Starring Doctor Who’s very own Matt Smith as Dr Stockmann, An Enemy of the People opened in February at the Duke of York’s Theatre.

Thomas Ostermeir’s contemporary reimaging of Ibsen’s classic play proves that the themes are still as relevant today as ever. The thought-provoking play explores the truth in a society driven by money and power.

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The play follows Dr Stockmann who makes an unbelievable discovery about the healing waters in his local baths. He finds the water to be contaminated and refuses to be silenced. When the rest of the town refuses to accept his word he becomes, An Enemy of the People. The battle continues beyond contaminated water and the play proves why this perennial class will remain relevant forever.

Joining Matt Smith as Dr. Stockmann 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.

Doubt spreads faster than disease in this critically acclaimed play. An Enemy of the People is currently playing at the Duke of York’s Theatre but must end on 13th April. Book your An Enemy of the People theatre tickets now.

A Mirror (Closes 20th April)
Award-winning actor Jonny Lee Miller (Trainspotting) and Tanya Reynolds (Sex Education) are currently starring in A Mirror. This dark comedy play is written by Sam Holcroft and is now playing at the Trafalgar Theatre.

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A Mirror is set in a totalitarian state where the Ministry of Culture needs to approve all new works of Art. It follows the story of a rebel group who are staging an illegal play under the guise of a wedding.

Joining Jonny Lee Miller and Tanya Reynolds in the cast are Samuel Adewunmi, Geoffrey Streatfeild, Jude Akuwudike, Rob Alexander-Adams, Levi Bent, Florence Dobson, Sara Houghton, Miriam Wakeling and Sarah Willson.

Directed by Jeremy Herrin, this dark, funny, and political play is not as it seems… A Mirror tells an entertaining story of the search for love and truth in a society that values neither. Following a sold-out run at the Almeida Theatre, A Mirror is now playing in London’s West End. Book A Mirror theatre tickets today, now playing at the Trafalgar Theatre. Must End 20

Player Kings (Opens 1st April)

Players King

Adapted by Robert Icke and based on the Shakespeare classic Henry IV Parts 1 and 2, here comes Player Kings.

This new play brings together two of Shakespeare’s iconic historical plays and tells the story of Henry IV turbulent reign. The year is 1403 and England is divided. Building towards the the climax of the Battle of Shrewsbury, Player Kings follows Henry IV as he struggle to keep his claim to the throne.

Hal wasn’t born to be king. Only now, it seems, he will be. His father longs for him to leave behind his friends in the taverns of Eastcheap, most notably the infamous John Falstaff. War is on the horizon. But will Hal ever come good?

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Directed by Icke himself, Player Kings stars the legendary Ian McKellen as John Flastaff. Also starring alongside Ian McKellen as Sir John Falstaff are Toheeb Jimoh (Ted Lasso & Romeo and Juliet – Almeida) as Hal and Richard Coyle (Ink – Almeida/West End & Fantastic Beasts: TheSecrets of Dumbledore) as King Henry IV.

Completing the cast are Raphael Akuwudike, Sara Beharrell, Samuel Edward-Cook, Geoffrey Freshwater, James Garnon, Alice Hayes, Henry Jenkinson, Nigel Lister, Annette McLaughlin, Mark Monero, Hywel Morgan, Joseph Mydell, Clare Perkins, Daniel Rabin, David Semark, David Shelley, Robin Soans, Tafline Steen, Perry Williams.

Player Kings opens at the Noel Coward Theatre on 1 April, following on form previews at the New Wimbledon Theatre and Manchester Opera House. Player Kings will reign for a strictly limited 12-week season and must close on 22 June.

Two Strangers (Carry a Cake Across New York) (Opens 4th April)

Two Strangers

Two Strangers (Carry A Cake Across New York) first premiered in London at the Kiln Theatre last year and the hit musical is now transferring to the West End.

Opening this spring at the Criterion Theatre, Two Strangers is being described as one part ‘rom’ and two parts ‘com’. The musical follows the story of Dougal, a naive and upbeat Brit who’s just landed in New York for his dad’s second wedding. He’s met at the airport by Robin, the sister of the bride and a native New Yorker. With the wedding fast approaching and the Big
Apple at their feet, anything could happen!

The hit musical stars Dujonna Gift (Hamilton/ Motown: The Musical) as Robin and Sam Tutty (Dear Evan Hansen/ Once on This Island) as Dougal as the leads who are reprising their roles from the run at the Kiln Theatre. Also joining them as understudies will be Tanasha Chege (West End debut) as Understudy Robin and Ellis Kirk (Heathers/ Dear Evan Hansen) as Understudy Dougal. Two Strangers is directed by Tim Jackson, and written by Jim Barne and Kit

Book your Two Strangers tickets now to see the show at the Criterion Theatre from 4 April. Book your theatre tickets with ease with the Leicester Square Box Office. Book online via the LSBO website, or in person at our ticket booth in Leicester Square.
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