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The smash-hit five star show JERUSALEM returns to the West End. Whatever you do, don't miss it!


A comic, contemporary vision of rural life in our green and pleasant land, Jez Butterworth’s epic new play is wildly original. In part a lament about the erosion of country life and in part a rebuff to the antiseptic modern world, it features a landmark central performance from Mark Rylance as hellraiser Johnny Byron, 'a performance so charismatic, so mercurial, so complete and compelling that it doesn’t look like acting' (Evening Standard), and a superb ensemble cast including Mackenzie Crook who 'excels' as Johnny’s sidekick Ginger.

On St George's Day, the morning of the local county fair, Johnny Byron is a wanted man. The council officials want to serve him an eviction notice, his son wants his dad to take him to the fair, and a motley crew of mates want his ample supply of drugs and alcohol.


Read Mackenzie Crook's interview in The Times.
Read Mark Rylance’s interview in Metro



‘An instant, modern classic. Mark Rylance gives one of the greatest stage performances I have ever witnessed.’
The Daily Telegraph


‘Jerusalem, beautifully directed by Rickson, proves to be even better than its ecstatic publicity suggests…. The cast are uniformly superb but Rylance is in a league of his own.’
The Independent

‘Refreshing, humane, touching and wickedly funny.'
Evening Standard

‘A hilarious, enchanting, affecting evening.
Rylance, the most exciting stage actor of his generation, playing one of the juiciest roles in living memory.’
The Times

‘This play, this production, this performance are sensational.'
Financial Times

‘Jerusalem will surely wind up trailing trophies like pots on a tinker’s wagon. And it’s easy to see why.'
Daily Mail

A riveting hymn to England.’
Daily Express

A new play of irrepressible energy, wonderful wit and
wild wonder.’

Sunday Express

Spellbinding, exuberant and glowingly atmospheric, it teems with faultless performances, central among them Mark Rylance's extraordinary portrayal of Johnny.
You'd be mad to miss it.’

Time Out

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