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Duke of Yorks Theatre, London4.6172 reviews
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Rosmersholm tickets London on sale now for the Duke of York's Theatre run!

Widely considered playwright Henrik Ibsen's masterpiece, Rosmersholm is returning to the West End for the first time since its 2008 run at the Almeida Theatre. Considered the pinnacle of his work by many, this seldom seen show is returning to London in a startling adaptation with a stellar cast, making it certain that Rosmersholm tickets will be in high demand. 

When Rebecca West arrives at Rosmersholm she comes to be a companion to her friend Beate Rosmer whose depression only seems to deepen. When Beate commits suicide, everything is thrown askew.

John Rosmer’s beliefs are being challenged and changed. His conservative friendships and ideas are questioned when he decides to support the liberals. Idealism and conservatism are locked in a battle that plays out in homes and in the papers. 

Rebecca and John struggle with their relationship and their understanding of Beate’s death. As secrets are unearthed and positions made firm, what will come to pass?

Who is Henrik Ibsen?

Widely considered the most important playwright since Shakespeare, Henrik Ibsen was a Norwegian playwright, director and poet. Known as the Father of Realism he has become one of the world's most performed dramatists, second only to the Bard himself. His works are known in every corner of the globe and include classics such as Peer GyntHedda GablerThe Wild Duck and The Lady from the SeaA Doll's House is easily his most widely recognized and is also the most performed play in the world. Ibsen was nominated three years consecutively for the Nobel Prize in Literature and his influence on countless playwrights and novels through the years is undeniable.   

Who stars in Rosmersholm?

Rosersholm is set to star Hayley Atwell as Rebecca West and Tom Burke playing John Rosmer. Both actors have long and varied careers encompassing stage, screen and film. 

Hayley Atwell received Olivier Award nominations for her roles in A View from the Bridge, which played at London's Duke of York's Theatre in 2009, and The Pride in 2013. She was most recently on the stage in 2018 in two productions- the Donmar Warehouse production of Measure for Measure and the Hampstead Theatre production of Dry Powder. Atwell is also known for her work on the television miniseries The Pillars of the Earth and for her portrayal of Peggy Carter in several Marvel films and television series.

Tom Burke is perhaps best known for his work on the BBC series The Musketeers, miniseries War & Peace and the recent series Strike. He has played many roles in various productions as an active member of the Royal Shakespeare Company. He appeared in The Cut at the Donmar Warehouse alongside Ian McKellen in 2006 and two years later was directed by his godfather, Alan Rickman, in The Creditors at the same venue. His performance in The Creditors would win him an Ian Charleston Award. 

The cast also includes Giles Terera who won the 2018 Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical for his portrayal of Aaron Burr in the West End production of Hamilton. They will be joined by Lucy Briers (Wolf HallThe Seagull), Jake Fairbrother (Lady from the Sea, The Maids) and Peter Wight (The Birthday Party, Hamlet).

Critically acclaimed play Rosmersholm tickets available now at affordable prices!

Tickets for Rosmersholm at the Duke of York's Theatre in London's West End are guaranteed to go quickly thanks to its overwhelming praise and rave reviews. You won't want to miss these stunning actors in Henrik Ibsen's masterwork. Book Rosmersholm tickets now to ensure the best seats at the best prices while stocks last.

Additional Information

Age restriction

To be confirmed.

Running time

2hr 20min (inc. 15min interval)

Performance dates

24 April - 20 July 2019.

Venue Information

Duke of Yorks TheatreSt Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4BG

Special Offer

Rosmersholm Ticket Offer Details


£60 now £20

Valid 18 - 19 July evening and 20 July matinee performances 2019.


Customer Reviews

172 reviews4.6

Elena Samsonova30th July

What a fabulous theatre experience! The theatre is cozy and beautiful, the play and cast are outstanding.

Susan E Pearce25th July

It was a fantastic production.I am so glad I made the effort to travel to London from Coventry to see it. AND I persuaded a friend to come too and she loved it.I purchased direct from box office and collected in person.

Andrew Price23rd July

Loved the show!

Anna Whitworth22nd July

Rosmersholm is a fine play, full of complexities of inter and intrapersonal struggles as well as social commentary. It was given a workmanlike treatment, with nothing glaringly wrong, but I never lost the sense that these were actors, acting. The fine moral and philosophical stresses between the couple and within their own souls needs to be fully inhabited so as to be believable, to put us on the edge of our seats. A bit more Method to the current style of acting would be welcome. The producer must bear a big part of the responsibility for the feeling that we were close to something great, but never experiencing it.

Alastair21st July

An enjoyable intellectual workout. Perhaps the new adaptation misses some of the subtleties of the original, but the power of the performances are undeniable.

Jim Mclean21st July

Disappointed with the lack of programmes, otherwise top quality entertainment

R J Aveling21st July

Excellent play - exceptional value at ticket price offered by this site for this performance

Amy G Applegate21st July

Outstanding performance. Actors were exceptional.

Jane Alderson20th July

great play, excellent cast

Jeffrey Doorn20th July

This was the one Ibsen play I hadn't seen before; it proved as powerful & thought-provoking as his other works. Excellent production & top class acting all round. The translation/adaptation brought out contemporary relevance.

Sonia Fursdon19th July

As advertised, a story for our times.

Ruth Thackeray19th July

Great play -- thanks to Ibsen. Great production -- thanks to making it topical for 2019 in Brexit Britain.