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West End transfer of Death of a Salesman starring Sharon D. Clarke tickets available now!
After a stunning sold-out run at the Young Vic Theatre this new production of Death of a Salesman is transferring to the London’s Piccadilly Theatre. Tickets for Death of a Salesman are sure to be in incredibly high demand for this well-deserved transfer to the West End.
Arthur Miller’s classic play through a new lens
This American classic follows the fading days of an ageing salesman and his family and their idea of the American dream. Arthur Miller’s most read, most produced play won him a Pulitzer Prize for Drama and a Tony Award for Best Play. Revivals of the piece consistently snap up awards.
This newest production of the classic work brings out nuances of the play as seen through the eyes of an African-American family. Superbly realized by Wendell Pierce, who makes his West End debut in this production, and the stunning Olivier Award-winning Sharon D. Clarke watch Death of a Salesman come to life at the Picadilly Theatre in London’s West End.
Death of a Salesman cast and creatives
It has been confirmed that Wendell Pierce and Sharon D. Clarke will both reprise their roles in the upcoming transfer. The remainder of the West End cast has yet to be confirmed but the run at the Young Vic saw some incredible talent including Arinzé Kene (Misty, Been So Long) as Biff Loman. They were joined by Ian Bonar, Trevor Cooper, Martins Imhangbe, Joseph Mydell, Nenda Neurer, Jennifer Saayeng, Matthew Seadon-Young, Maggie Service and Femi Temowo.
Wendell Pierce plays Willy Loman, the play’s titular salesman. He is best known for his roles in American television shows Suits and The Wire. He has also starred in films such as Selma and narrated many documentaries. The actor is no stranger to the stage, though, the initial run of this production marked his UK stage debut and the transfer will be his West End debut.
For the Death of a Salesman Piccadilly Theatre run, Sharon D. Clarke reprises her role as Linda Loman. The actress won an Oliver Award for her recent role in Caroline, or Change. She has also worked on stage in Guys and Dolls, The Amen Corner, and Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. She has appeared in television shows like Holby City, EastEnders and The Singing Detective.
Marianne Elliott and Miranda Cromwell direct this transfer. Fresh from her award-winning direction of Company, Marianne Elliott co-directs Death of a Salesman with Miranda Cromwell, who was previously the Associate director on both Company and Angels in America.
Death of a Salesman London tickets are sure to go quickly following the sold-old Young Vic run. Make sure you secure your seats now to the run at the Piccadilly Theatre in the West End from 24 October 2019 to 4 January 2020.
Age restrictionChildren under the age of 5 will not be admitted.
Running time2hr 45 min
Performance dates24 October 2019 - 4 January 2020
ContentPlease note this production contains smoking.
Finlay Smith4th January
Best play I have ever seen. Cast and production superb. Only negative comment I have is the theatre allowed customers in 30 minutes after curtain raised; disruptive and disrespectful behaviour and in my opinion they should have been made to wait until the interval.
Michael Parks4th January
Fantastic, powerful and moving performance. Acting was excellent and the staging superb!
Tim Corbett3rd January
It is difficult to be overly generous to a production when you can only see half the show as it is hidden by safety rails and at a level where some scenes are performed so front stage that it cannot be seen from upper tiers. Certainly it is daylight robbery to sell a full price aisle seat ( where the rails obscure) in the Piccadilly without suggesting it has restricted vision. That said there were many good aspects to the production not least an outstanding performance by Sharon D Clarke as Linda. Wendell Pierce gave a solid performance as Willy, capturing his confusion though not really capturing that underlying fragility so central to Willy’s tragedy. Biff was largely unintelligible in the second half (a change of cast from the original production). The design became a little bitty in the Piccadilly and lacked that sense of claustrophobia that at times adds to Willy’s sense of being hemmed in. Nevertheless much to commend it, though I wonder how much had been lost since the young Vic performances.
Robin Smith3rd January
The production was terrific.
Annonymous Brit in the USA2nd January
Excellent acting, very engrossing
Beautifully produced and excellent acting. However, the show is spoiled by the mad rush during intervals and the inadequacy of the bar where one has to queue for ages just to get a coke. Perhaps a drinks waiter should walk around the stalls just like the ice cream servers
David I Thompson31st December
Fantastic production. One of the best plays I’ve ever seen.
gabrielle Jane Moulding31st December
Amazing show ! Brilliant production and acting
Zoe Wedderburn31st December
Lesley Clayton30th December
Excellent production and a great cast.
Superb cast performances make for a excellent version of this Arthur Miller classic.
Emma, London29th December
can't fault the wonderful performances and well staged.