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Wyndham's Theatre, London4.3148 reviews
Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville star in Eugene O’Neill’s prize-winning masterpiece!

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Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville come to Wyndham's Theatre for a strictly limited 10 week run of Eugene O'Neill's Long Day’s Journey Into Night tickets available now!

The Tyrones’ summer home, August 1912. Haunted by the past but unable to face the truth of the present, the Tyrones and their two sons test the bonds of a family caught in a cycle of love and resentment. As day turns to night and the family indulge in their vices, the truth unravels leaving behind a quartet of ruined lives.

One of the UK’s leading and critically acclaimed actors, Academy, Golden Globe and Tony Award-winner, Jeremy Irons returns to the London stage for the first time in over ten years. He is joined by BAFTA and Olivier Award winner Lesley Manville, one of Britain’s most respected actresses, who is reunited with director Richard Eyre following their critically acclaimed, sold-out production of Ibsen’s Ghosts.

Considered one of the most powerful American plays of the 20th century, Long Day’s Journey Into Night is now playing a strictly limited season at Wyndham’s Theatre, London until 7 April only.

Book your Long Day’s Journey Into Night tickets now while you still can!

"A world-class production of O'Neill's classic"  London Theatreland
"Magnificient performances and a freshness that touches the heart"  WhatsOnStage
"Luminous wit and warmth in Richard Eyre's production"  The Times
"Sweeps you off your feet"  The Stage
"Magnetic"  Evening Standard

Additional Information

Age restriction

Children under 12 will not be admitted.

Running time

3hr 20min (inc. interval)

Performance dates

27 January 2018 - 7 April 2018


Recommended for ages 12 and above.

Venue Information

Wyndham's TheatreCharing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0DA

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Customer Reviews

148 reviews4.3

Gillian Maslen11th April

Thoroughly enjoyed play. Unfortunately my friend was to come at last minute for health reasons, and I was unable to return spare ticket. £120 was lost and wasted.

Kimmie9th April

Excellent performances by Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville. Lesley was superb as the addicted, agitated and nervous wife. Would recommend, hope she wins a BAFTA!

Alberta Capasso8th April

Well played, AMAIZING cast, slightly too long.

M E Campbell8th April

The theatre is beautiful. The play was excellent if perhaps a tad long. The acting was superb and held our attention throughout. My husband the found the leg room a bit cramped. If a couple of extra ladie loos could be squeezed in somewhere it would be a bonus. Overall a 5 star evening out. Thank you

Malcolm Summerfield8th April

A night to remember - brilliant performances by all the cast !

Adam Croucher8th April

Purchase was easy, as was picking up the tickets before the show. The play was good too...

Alison Marshall7th April

An amazing cast of accomplished actors at their best in an emotionally charged play with nowhere to hide.

Sue Davies7th April

Such powerful drama . Brilliant cast. Be prepared for it being a very long play tho !

Nick Amor 6th April

Beautifully written play. I tuned into the idiom straightaway - sometimes this is difficult with a previously unknown author. This is a long piece, with an air of inevitability about the outcome. But beautifully acted throughout despite the demands placed on the actors. Lovely set.

Tzvetana Targovska6th April

Have never seen Jeremy Irons acting on stage before but last night I was lucky enough to see him in the powerful play of Eugene O'Neil - "Long Day's Journey into Night"

Nicholas Keith6th April

Great play, great set and excellent acting, especially by Lesley Manville who reckons this is one of the finest dramas ever, and she plays Mary, the morphine-addicted mother. This is strong auto-biographical meat from O'Neill who wrote in his will that it was not to be performed until 25 years after his death.

Robert Pawsey5th April

Very good. Surprisingly topical.