David Suchet returns to the West End in Eugene O'Neill's Pulitzer prize-winning masterpiece, Long Day's Journey into Night, for a strictly limited season at the Apollo Theatre.
Eugene O'Neill's semi-autobiographical representations of himself and the rest of his own tortured family is considered by many to be the greatest of all American plays. A haunting story of family, isolation, addiction and despair, Long Day's Journey into Night explores how bitterness and unsaid truths can pull a family apart at the seams.
David Suchet won both the Whatsonstage and Critics’ Circle Awards for Best Actor for his most recent West End role in All My Sons. His other recent West End appearances include The Last Confession and Man and Boy. His extensive stage credits also include appearances at the National and with the RSC. On TV, he is best known for playing the title role in the series Poirot.
Joining him in Long Day’s Journey into Night as his wife is Laurie Metcalf, last seen on the London stage at the National Theatre in All My Sons in 2001. She is best known for playing Jackie Harris on TV's Roseanne, for which she is a three-time Emmy Award winner and her other TV roles include The Big Bang Theory, Desperate Housewives and Grey's Anatomy.
Intense and passionate, this is an evening of classic drama at its highest quality so book your Long Day’s Journey into Night tickets today.