Only a few tickets left for Lungs at the Old Vic starring Claire Foy and Matt Smith

London theatre fans are inhaling Lungs tickets like oxygen and now only a limited number of tickets are left to see this star-studded stage play. Set to open at The Old Vic Theatre this October as part of the venue’s Fifth Season with Matthew Warchus as Artistic Director and boasting The Crown's Claire Foy and Matt Smith in the lead roles, you certainly won't want to blow your chances to witness this thought-provoking drama by award-winning playwright Duncan Macmillan.

Only a few tickets left for Lungs at the Old Vic starring Claire Foy and Matt Smith

Tickets for Duncan Macmillan’s Lungs play in high demand!

If you couldn’t get enough of Matt Smith and Claire Foy in Netflix’s The Crown, then Duncan Macmillan’s bravely written, startlingly structured play Lungs is just the ticket to curb your appetite. Lungs play theatre tickets are disappearing faster than the polar ice caps are melting, so be sure to book your Lungs play Old Vic tickets now to guarantee your spot whilst stocks last.

Why you should see the Lungs stage play at the Old Vic this autumn

This distinctive, off-kilter love story about a couple struggling to decide whether to bring up kids in a pre-apocalyptic world has been revived for the London stage at a time when its subject matter couldn’t be more relevant. Canada’s permafrost has reportedly begun melting 70 years earlier than predicted, heat waves have become the summer norm in continental Europe, and the Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland have blocked EU efforts to reach carbon neutrality by the year 2050. The climate crisis is right here, right now and Duncan Macmillan’s play takes an inconvenient truth and transforms it into something both funny and edgy. 

Lungs’ story is brutally honest at times — a child emitting ten thousand tonnes of CO2, more than what the Eiffel Tower weighs and less than the carbon footprint of flying to New York round-trip every day for seven years, is used as a compelling antinatalist argument. You may not be able to escape what’s happening in the world, but you can breathe in, breathe out, and escape into Macmillan’s gripping world filled with uncertainty for the future, betrayal, change, and hope.

Lungs Old Vic tickets on sale now with limited availability!

It's not every day you see Claire Foy and Matt Smith reunite live on the London theatre stage. Lungs is set to be one of the hottest plays in the West End this autumn, so be sure to get your hands on your Lungs tickets now or you may just live to regret it!

🎫 Book Old Vic Lungs tickets London today.
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Lungs The Play is set to open at London's Old Vic Theatre on 16 October 2019 for a strictly-limited run scheduled to last until 9 November 2019. The play will arrive after the highly-anticipated season opener, A Very Expensive Poisonand ahead of the Daniel Radcliffe and Alan Cumming play, Endgame / Rough For Theatre II.


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Ephram is a jack of all trades and enjoys attending theatre, classical music concerts and the opera.


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