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The Inheritance: Part 2 Tickets

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Noel Coward TheatreLondon
The unforgettable conclusion of Matthew Lopez's enthralling show

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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.‘
‘This rare theatrical offering is undoubtedly the production of the century.’  Broadway