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Matthew Lopez’s stunning two-part play Tickets for The Inheritance are now available to London’s Noel Coward Theatre.
Following a sell-out run at the Young Vic that had theatre critics glowing with praise and people clambering for tickets, The Inheritance is making its way to the Noel Coward Theatre. Matthew Lopez’s incredible masterpiece was inspired by E.M. Forster’s Howard’s End and is directed by two-time Olivier and two-time Tony award-winning director Stephen Daldry.
Taking place in New York City a generation after the AIDS epidemic The Inheritance tells the story of what it is like to be a young gay man in this day and age by following a group of young gay men who are determined to succeed. What do we owe those who came before us and those who will come after us?
Featuring the Tony, Olivier, Oscar, and Emmy winning actress Vanessa Redgrave, on stage in the West End for the first time in 7 years, The Inheritance stars Tony winner John Benjamin Hickey alongside Hugo Bolton, Robert Boulter, Andrew Burnap, Hubert Burton, Paul Hilton, Samuel H. Levine, Syrus Lowe, Michael Marcus, Kyle Soller and Michael Walters.
This touching, engaging and hilarious show is presented in two parts and is intended to be viewed sequentially. Don’t forget to book your tickets to The Inheritance: Part 1 here
You’ve been given a second chance, don’t miss it. Book The Inheritance: Part 2 tickets now to ensure the best seats at the best prices.
‘Stop the clocks; the race is won. Here is the play of this year, last year and possibly next year. A work of rare beauty to make E. M. Forster proud’ Evening Standard
‘Glorious. Like immersing yourself in a great novel.’ The Times
‘Spellbinding. An extraordinary, epic event.’ Sunday Times
‘An essential, transformative theatrical experience. Rambunctiously funny, as intellectually rigorous as it is joyously accessible, and as thrillingly entertaining as it is deadly serious.‘ Whatsonstage.com
‘This rare theatrical offering is undoubtedly the production of the century.’ Broadway World.com
Age restrictionChildren under 1 will not be admitted.
Running time3hr 20min (inc. interval)
Performance dates28 September 2018 - 19 January 2019
ContentContains male nudity and themes of a sexual nature.
This show consists of 2 parts and is intended to be viewed sequentially. All persons aged under 16 must be accompanied and sat next to the accompanying adult. They may not sit on their own within the auditorium. If children do have separate seats, entry could be refused. All patrons, regardless of age, must present a valid ticket to gain entry to the theatre. Please ensure that any children or infants for whom you are responsible also have a valid ticket. Your child should be able to sit unaided within the purchased seat. We do not allow children to be seated on an adult’s lap or babes in arms.
Michael Gunnels24th January
Wow . . . a must see conclusion to a very touching story of the challenges faced by gay men. It stirs all kinds of emotions.
This was the BEST THEATER experience of a lifetime. The pure talent was mesmerizing and so well written. The truth it spoke was life changing. I have never been so emotionally struck before. Thank you, thank you, thank you. BRAVO
Cecile Narbeth13th January
Though at times engaging and very moving as in Part One, I felt Part Two was needlessly too long.
Evelyne BOUVIALA12th January
Enlightening ! What a brain blowing experience
Ishita Ranjan6th January
The play, both part 1 & 2 us absolutely brilliant. Amazing cast, so well written & a story that leaves you truly breathless and moved. My only (small) gripe is that our seats were in the balcony for part 2 (but grade circle for part 1) and the view was very obstructed despite having paid full prices for the seats. 10/10 reccommend but don't go to balcony seats!
Sophie Saunderson6th January
I was pleased to have seen both Parts on the same day. Time flew and I enjoyed every moment.
Ken Newlan6th January
intense and clever mostly, occasionally descending into smart-alec back chat posing as repartee. Too long and pretentiously grabbing mythic/ sentimental/ reflexive/ postmodern narratively contradictory form. Some good ideas. Romanticized homosexual lifestyle.
Dr M K Rebek6th January
Intense, superb acting, a tribute to gay life after AIDS crisis
Cliched and boring. Insufferably uncomfortable seats.
Matt Harris5th January
Absolutely outstanding. I honestly think this is the best theatre production I have seen in my life. I laughed, cried and grew.
Jac Mavity5th January
A play that succeeds in holding an audience for three and a half hours, in rapt attention, is a rarity. There was not a false note from the ensemble cast and though the play is has AIDS at its centre, thematically, it is about so much more: love, friendship, betrayal, despair, homelessness, forgiveness and of course inheritance.
Ian Rycott3rd January
Great cast, wonderful dialogue, but not as powerful as part 1. Part 1 works as a standalone production, while I thought the second part recapitulated much of the first, however it had to be seen.