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The Ferryman tickets are now available for the extended run! Rosalie Craig and Owen McDonnell star in Jez Butterworth's hit show.
Jez Butterworth’s The Ferryman broke records at its premiere when it became the Royal Court's fastest-selling show. After critical acclaim and great demand from audiences the Gielgud Theatre transfer, directed by Sam Mendes, must end May 19th, 2018.
It's Northern Ireland in 1981, The Troubles are in full swing. The Carney family is preparing for the yearly harvest as they always do, following a hard day's work with a night of celebration. This year, though, something is different.
Book The Ferryman tickets now to get the best seats at discounted rates before it's too late.
“Leaves you overwhelmed by the power of great theatre" Huffington Post
“A class of its own” The Times
“A monumental achievement” Time Out
Age restrictionAdolescents under 14 will not be admitted.
Running time3hr 15min (inc. interval)
Performance datesBooking until 19 May 2018.
ContentRecommended for ages 14 and above.
Please note this play contains strong language.
News / Awards
Olivier Awards 2018: The Winners In Full
It was truly an unforgettable event at the 2018 Olivier Awards last night, which was hosted by Catherine Tate. Hamilton: An American Musical was the big winner of the evening, taking home seven Olivier awards out of its 13 nominations. The hip-hop musical's success was shared by Jez Butterworth's critically acclaimed play, The Ferryman, which won a total of three awards! Have a look at the full list of winners below!
9 Apr, 2018 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
The Ferryman: Fantastic & Flawless!
Fresh from their outstanding win at the WhatsOnStage Awards, Jez Butterworth and Sam Mendes’ phenomenal play, The Ferryman, is nicely situated at The Gielgud Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue, a long way away from Derry where this tale takes place.
21 Mar, 2018 | By Kay Johal
Is it justifiable to use animals on stage?
Jez Butterworth’s play, The Ferryman, has had a successful run at the Royal Court, a West End run and it has recently announced its transfer to Broadway. With all of this, people have been queuing round the block to get a ticket.
20 Mar, 2018 | By Harrison Fuller
The Ferryman "without a doubt the most powerful play I have seen since [King Lear]"
Usually when one arrives at the theatre to receive the news that the play they are going into has a running time of 3 hours, made up of 3 acts and just one 15-minute interval, they become wary and numerous questions flood their mind. This was exactly how it felt upon turning up at the Gielgud Theatre to see The Ferryman, but when I came back through those doors it was the furthest thing from my mind, all my questions had been answered. The play didn’t drag nor did I find myself getting restless, not that these were the things that foremost in my thoughts following the electricity that consumed the theatre after the final scene.
9 Mar, 2018 | By Jade Ali
The Ferryman "will stay with you long after the curtain falls"
Written by Jez Butterworth, directed by Sam Mendes and developed by Sonia Friedman Productions, The Ferryman premiered to rave reviews at the Royal Court Theatre in April 2017 and became the fastest-selling show in the theatre’s history and has gone on to earn a stunning 8 Olivier Award nominations this year. Following this critical acclaim, the production has now transferred to the West End’s Gielgud Theatre, where it will remain until May 2018.
6 Mar, 2018 | By Laura Franek
News / Awards
2018 Olivier Awards Nominations
Nominations for this year's Olivier Awards were announced live from Facebook in London this afternoon by Elaine Paige and Alexandra Burke. Hamilton made history, receiving a record-breaking 13 nominations. Other big nominees include Follies with 10 nominations, The Ferryman with 8 nominations, Girl From North Country with 5 nominations, and Everybody’s Talking About Jamie with 5 nominations. Take a look at the full list of nominations below.
6 Mar, 2018 | By Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels
5 Reasons to Make The Ferryman Your Next West End Play
There are so many great plays in the West End that picking one to go to see can be impossible. For me, The Ferryman ticks all the right boxes so, to help you make that choice, here are five reasons why I think you should choose The Ferryman to be your next West End play.
28 Feb, 2018 | By Harriet Wilson
The Ferryman is as much about family dynamics as it is about The Troubles. The Carneys are an intergenerational extended family living and working on their farm during the height of The Troubles in the early 1980s.
21 Feb, 2018 | By Sandra Howell
News / Casting
The Ferryman extends again, releases new casting information
Jez Butterworth’s critically acclaimed show The Ferryman has been extended for the third time, now booking until 19th May 2018 at London’s Gielgud Theatre. New cast members have also been announced and the new company will have their premiere performance on 8th January 2018.
29 Nov, 2017 | By London Theatre Direct
Reviews / Features
REVIEW: The Ferryman (in exactly 250 words)
It's not easy to do justice to The Ferryman in only 250 words – it would be hard in 10 times that. This is a very brief overview; to appreciate the impact of this immense production, you simply have to see it.
27 Sep, 2017 | By Harriet Wilson