REVIEW: Death of a Salesman, Piccadilly Theatre

Marianne Elliott and Miranda Cromwell’s production uncovers new layers to Arthur Miller’s intense and profound play. Having completed a sold-out run at the Young Vic Theatre earlier this year, this revival transfers to the West End for a limited run and looks set to be equally triumphant here thanks to two sensational performances from Wendell… Read More

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First Look at…Death of a Salesman, Piccadilly Theatre

New production images have been released for Marianne Elliott and Miranda Cromwell’s Young Vic production, now playing at the Piccadilly Theatre. Following a successful and sold-out run at the Young Vic earlier this year, Death of a Salesman is now in previews at the Piccadilly Theatre, ahead of officially opening on the 4th November. Co-directed… Read More

Review Round Up: Death of a Salesman, Young Vic Theatre

We round up the reviews for the Young Vic’s production of Arthur Miller’s classic play…. The Guardian: **** “mixing the socially specific and the dreamily phantasmagoric, depicts the duality at the heart of Miller’s memory-play with exceptional clarity.” The Times: ***** “Audience is easily sold on fresh revival of an old great” The Telegraph: *****… Read More

Review Round Up: All My Sons, Old Vic Theatre

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Jeremy Herrin’s production starring Bill Pullman and Sally Field. The Guardian: **** “Colin Morgan captures perfectly Chris’s mixture of survivor guilt, intuitive awareness of Joe’s mendacity and love for his brother’s fiancee. Coleman, in a rare stage appearance after a decade in television, endows Ann with… Read More

Review Round Up: The Price, Wyndham’s Theatre

Transferring from the Theatre Royal Bath, David Suchet stars in this revival of Arthur Miller’s play. Londonist: **** “Jonathan Church’s excellent, slow-burning production retains our attention in a long play that tends towards the verbose and over-explanatory, but powerfully shows the price people pay for their key decisions in life.” Camden New Journal: “Jonathan Church’s… Read More

Review Round Up: The American Clock, Old Vic Theatre

Rachel Chavkin directs this revival of Arthur Miller’s play at  the Old Vic Theatre. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews… The Guardian: *** “The aim is to heighten the story’s timelessness and reflect the nation’s diversity: fine in theory but the effect, paradoxically, is to shift the focus away from the family. The real strength of the production lies in individual scenes that give vivid snapshots of 1930s America.” The Times: ***… Read More

REVIEW: An Enemy of the People, Union Theatre

This production of the sharply relevant play features numerous dynamic performances,  ensuring the audience’s attention is never lost.  In this era of ‘fake news’ and the constant protests at Donald Trump’s attitude to being President and the way in which he uses his power, this revival of Arthur Miller’s adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s play couldn’t have been better timed. An Enemy of the People examines closely power and… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for The American Clock at the Old Vic

Playing at the Old Vic Theatre from the 4th February, casting for Rachel Chavkin’s production of Arthur Miller’s The American Clock has been confirmed.  Casting for this revival of Arthur Miller’s play is set to include Amber Aga, Paul Bentall, Greg Bernstein, Clare Burt, Flora Dawson, Abhin Galeya, Fred Haig, Jyuddah Jaymes, John Marquez, Francesca… Read More

NEWS: West End Transfer Announced for The Price

The 50th anniversary production Arthur Miller’s The Price will transfer to the Wyndham’s Theatre in 2019.  The transfer of Jonathan Church’s production is set to see David Suchet and Olivier Award winner and BAFTA and Emmy nominated Brendan Coyle reprising their roles as furniture dealer Gregory Solomon and New York cop Victor Franz in the West End run of the… Read More

NEWS: Phil Willmott’s Incident at Vichy to Transfer to the King’s Head Theatre

Following a successful run at the Finborough Theatre, Phil Willmott’s Incident at Vichy will transfer to the King’s Head Theatre from the 7th June. Directed by Phil Willmott, this new production of Arthur Miller’s play brings to life how closely the world in which Miller created is to today’s world of “Extreme Vetting” and religious persecution. In… Read More