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Theatre Royal Haymarket, London4.363 reviews

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Book Bad Jews tickets at Theatre Royal Haymarket

Following sold out runs at the Ustinov Studio in Bath and St James Theatre in London, the Theatre Royal Bath production of Joshua Harmon’s Bad Jews transfers to London’s from Arts Theatre to Theatre Royal Haymarket.

A beloved grandfather — and Holocaust survivor — has died, and a treasured familyheirloom with religious significance is up for grabs. But who is most deserving of it? Bossy,overbearing, fanatically religious Daphna? Her wealthy cousin Liam, who’s just returnedfrom skiing with his non-Jewish girlfriend Melody? Or Jonah, his brother, who would prefernot to get involved in the fight?  A cramped Manhattan apartment becomes the setting for a viciously hilarious brawl overfamily, faith and legacy as the contenders set at each other’s throats on the night after the funeral.

Bad Jews holds the record for being the best selling play to date at both the Ustinov Studio and St James Theatre. Aisla Joy will play the role of Daphna, Antonia Kinlay will play Melody, Jos Slovick will play Jonah and Ilan Goodman will play Liam. 


“Superb performances, under Michael Longhurst’s direction, make this a gripping production”  The Observer

“Blisteringly funny...” Sunday Times 

“Ferociously clever... a visceral thrill” Evening Standard

Book now Bad Jews tickets at Theatre Royal Haymarket!

Ticket prices start at £17.00



Additional Information

Age restriction


Running time

1 hour 40 minutes no interval. Monday to Saturday 7.30pm, Thursday & Saturday 2.30pm

Performance dates

Monday 8​Feb – Saturday 19 ​March 2016

Special notes

Recommended age for content 14+. Contains strong language. Please note that gallery seats are cushioned wooden benches.

Venue Information

Theatre Royal HaymarketHaymarket, London, SW1Y 4HT

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Special Offer

Bad Jews Ticket Offer Details

Save up to 30%! Book from our interactive seating plan. Price Band A £48 reduced to £39.50, Band B £38 reduced to £29.50 & Band C £28 reduced to £19.50. Valid on all performances. Subject to availability.

Customer Reviews

63 reviews4.3

Jack Gordon21st March

A blisteringly funny play.

Mathias Mandel20th March

Great play, great actors a lovely moment!

Noémie Grillard20th March

Very funny and intelligent play with great actors. Definitely recommend it for everyone!!

Jonathan Lewin20th March

Powerful and moving. Enjoyed the show. Had a lot of very close to the bone home truths.

Gerald Covino20th March

Great show...Great Acting Simple but engaging storyline

Julian Anthony20th March

Lovely theatre in which to enjoy a show. Bad Jews was superb - fabulous acting and some very funny and cringe worthy lines. A thoroughly enjoyable experience - though not sure it needed the American accents and setting (could just as easily have been NW London). easy purchasing process too with London Theatre Direct.

Christine Hughes20th March

A very entertaining show. All four actors were excellent. I wouldn't describe it as hilarious but there were extremely funny bits in it while still telling a poignant story.

George Hackforth-Jones19th March

hilarious production with top quality cast all round.

Katy Jungmann19th March

Well acted, written and a great unpredictable play

Denise Taylor17th March

Enjoyed the play, and thought the actors were excellent.

Stephen Hockley13th March

The main thing is that Bad Jews is highly entertaining. There were 4 in our party, difference ages, sex and nationality and we were all thoroughly entertained. We also agreed that it was highly engaging, thought provoking and well acted by the whole cast. We enjoyed the wide range of emotional content and left the theatre richer for the experience. Okay, yes, it's surely more meaningful to Jews than Gentiles but nevertheless a great little play.

Peter Rogers12th March

Very funny, but with some serious points to make. Daphna spoke so fast, it could be hard to follow.