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Tennessee Williams’ Summer and Smoke tickets are available now to the London's Duke of York’s Theatre transfer!
Following a critically acclaimed sell-out run at the Almeida Theatre Rebecca Frecknall’s Summer and Smoke is transferring to London’s Duke of York’s Theatre. Star Patsy Ferran and the entire cast of the Almeida run are reprising their roles for the Tennessee Williams revival.
“The girl who said 'no', — she doesn't exist any more, she died last summer — suffocated in smoke from something on fire inside her.”
High strung, refined to a fault Alma begins to questions everything she thought she stood over the course of a Mississippi summer spent with the wild and irreverent Doctor John Buchanan who grew up next door.
Running at the Duke of York’s Theatre in London's West End from November 2018 to February 2019, tickets for this production are sure to be in high demand.
Do not miss this incredible Tennessee Williams revival! Summer and Smoke tickets are booking now, get your tickets early to avoid disappointment!
‘Rush to see this now, or live to regret it’ The Telegraph
‘Patsy Ferran is a genuine marvel’ Independent
‘shiveringly beautiful production’ The Sunday Times
Age restrictionTo be confirmed.
Running time2hr 40min (inc. interval)
Performance dates10 November 2018 – 19 January 2019
ContentPlease note this production features a gunshot and the smoking of real cigarettes.
Linda Cartwright21st January
Me and my sister saw Summer and Smoke on Saturday 19th January (matinee) - absolutely brilliant.
Really enjoyed the show, brilliant cast, touched to the core. Would like to go back and see it again, shame it was the last day
Kyriakos Kosta20th January
What a show! Something not to be forgotten. 8 was really thrilled with the Great performances and the innovative musical direction of the show. Just amazing.
Lynda Sinclair17th January
Awful! We left at the interval.
Mark Hardy17th January
Great production Nd acting. Seats were excellent . Williams greater than ever and as poetic as he can be
Andrew Rawlins13th January
It was a pleasant surprise to discover this Tennessee Williams play that we were not familiar with. The minimalist decor with just seven pianos on stage throughout worked well and Patsy Ferran, the lead actress, was quite brilliant. She must have a bright career ahead of her.
Dr Heather Williams13th January
Excellent overall but there were occasional unintelligible moments. The actors need to remember that if they continue talking during laughs, the people in the gods can't hear them.
Zina Adib13th January
Absolutely brilliant acting. Fantastic storyline, amazing production. Highly recommended
Javier Morao12th January
Magnetic connection between the two protagonists
David Green11th January
A truly memorable performance from all involved. Well worth the price of the tickets.
Penny Newell10th January
Brilliant production. Interesting stage set up. Held my attention through out.
Isla Glover10th January
Hated it! Concept over content. I know the play but couldn't follow the plot - far too much "acting". Several people left at the interval and I would have been one of them but I hoped the 2nd half would be better - it was marginally but I thought the whole production was dire. Disappointing.