Foxfinder at the Ambassadors Theatre London Tickets
Back to Plays

Foxfinder Tickets

Ambassadors Theatre, London4.026 reviews
Olivier Award-winner Iwan Rheon stars with Poldark's Heida Reed in the West End premiere of Dawn King’s award-winning thriller.

Keep me updated

We'll tell you as soon as tickets go on sale:

  • Tickets Refunded if your event is cancelled
  • Official tickets from an authorised retailer
  • 100% Secure booking process guaranteed

Foxfinder tickets are available now! Do not miss your chance to follow Iwan Rheon on his latest hunt.

Olivier Award-winner Iwan Rheon (Game of Thrones' Ramsay Bolton, Misfits), Heida Reed (Elizabeth Warleggan in BBC hit series Poldark), Paul Nicholls (Law & Order, The C Word, EastEnders) and Bryony Hannah (Call the Midwife)  star in the West End premiere of Dawn King’s award-winning thriller.

England is in crisis. Fields are flooded. Food is scarce. Fear grips the land.

When the Coveys’ harvest fails to meet target, the government sends William Bloor to investigate. William is a Foxfinder. Trained from childhood. Fixated on his mission to unearth the animals that must be to blame. But as the hunt progresses, he finds more questions than answers…

A darkly comic, spell-binding dystopian drama, Foxfinder, directed by Rachel O’Riordan (Olivier Award for Killology - Royal Court), asks how far belief can take you.

Foxfinder tickets are sure to go quickly, book early to ensure the best seats at the best prices and avoid disappointment!

“A darkly thrilling new play”  Daily Telegraph
“Dawn King’s play shines out like a beacon” The Guardian

Additional Information

Age restriction

Children under 14 will not be admitted.

Running time

2hrs (inc. interval)

Performance dates

13 September 2018 - 20 October 2018.

Venue Information

Ambassadors TheatreWest Street, London, WC2H 9ND

Special Offer

Foxfinder Ticket Offer Details



Customer Reviews

26 reviews4.0

John21st October

Very thought provoking play. Well acted.

Mohsen17th October

We both loved the show! It felt like we were watching a proper story. The set was clever and beautiful, the story was gripping and the acting was second to none - felt like our own personal story book being told to us.

Richard Turner14th October

Very polished performances. A clever story that makes you think. The actors were extremely professional and convincing. Also a very cosy, intimate, friendly and atmospheric theatre.

Ken MacK9th October

Very good. Kept the interest throughout. Farmers occasional drop into a west country were a bit disconcerting like. but the rest was good.

Jacek Tokar5th October

Awesome experience :) The actress playing the neighbour (Sara?) was amazing

Thammachat Buranaphol4th October

Amazing play, trilling, gripping and a good look to what can happen to our future. Great deal on week day matinee. Always check London Theatre Direst for deals even for last minute first and customer service is lovely too.

Colin Cunningham2nd October

The production acting and script were brilliant. A thoroughly enjoyable evening

BillTaylor ChuckAdam2nd October

Loved the provocative material, and the acting was superb.

Mark Samuel30th September

Intamate theatre. Very enjoyable.

Disappointed delivery30th September

Great allegory of our times. I was not expecting it to be that way and thoroughly enjoyed it! Very thought provoking and a great cast.

Jo Parker28th September

The set and the way it was used was just beautiful. The costumes were excellent! The acting was all amazing but stand outs were Bryony and Paul. Stunning. Really enjoyed it so thanks!

Richard Berney26th September

a well designed play has a setting (the thesis), then a conflict (antithesis) and a resolution (synthesis). Here you started immediately with the conflict (interrogator), and then flashed back to another conflict (death of child). And then no resolution. Scenery: The world was closing in around the couple, but the scenery was wide open - with the woods imposing on the very large room. Random plot: why did the other couple run away? was this a resolution? Ending: were things resolved? Not in any way! All the issues at the start were still there. The broader environment. Why do workers in factories survive only 3 years? Aren't they also important producers also, and how do they get replaced? by farmers whose farms then go untended. The ecology makes no sense. So what was the point: state control is unjust and fails to reach even its most limited economic goals? That people's minds can be controlled by superstition? ?? ALL IN ALL A STUPID WASTE OF AN EVENING.