Long Days Journey Into Night (Closes 8 June)

One of the greatest American plays of the 20th century, Long Days Journey Into Night by Eugene O’Neill opened in London in March earlier this year.

The play stars Emmy and Golden Globe winning actors Brian Cox and Patricia Clarkson who 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. Directed by Jeremy Herrin (Best of Enemies), this interpretation is currently playing at the Wyndham’s Theatre. Book tickets now before the show closes on 8 June.

The Hills of California (Closes 15 June)

The Hills of California

Following the success of The Ferryman, Jez Butterworth and Sam Mendes reunite for The Hills of California.

Set in 1970s Blackpool, the Webb sisters return to their childhood home in Blackpool to visit their dying mother. Starring Laura Donnelly (The Ferryman), Leanne Best (Sweat), Ophelia Lovibond (The Libertine) and Helena Wilson (Jack Absolute Flies Again).

The Hills of California opened back in January this year and is now playing at the Harold Theatre. Book tickets now before the show closes on 15 June.

Player Kings (Closes 22 June)

Player Kings

Adapted by Robert Icke and based on the Shakespeare classic Henry IV Parts 1 and 2, Player Kings opened at the beginning of April.

This new play brings together two of Shakespeare’s iconic historical plays and tells the story of Henry IV turbulent reign. Directed by Icke himself and starring the legendary Ian McKellen as John Flastaff.

Player Kings is currently playing at the Noel Coward Theatre, following on from previews at the New Wimbledon Theatre and Manchester Opera House. The reign must end on 22 June, book tickets now!

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