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Affordable tickets for The Lehman Trilogy at the West End's Piccadilly Theatre on sale now!
The Lehman Trilogy has transferred to London's West End Piccadilly Theatre. Tickets for The Lehman Trilogy are available now at affordable prices!
The Lehman Trilogy, which was adapted from the Stefano Massini novel, transfers to the Piccadilly Theatre, London next summer. The play first premiered at London's National Theatre back in July 2018 before transferring to the Park Avenue Armory in New York and starred Adam Godley, Ben Miles, and Simon Russell Beale, who have all reprised their roles for the West End premiere.
What is The Lehman Trilogy West End play about?
The Lehman Trilogy is an exploration of the progress and pitfalls of capitalism leading up to the 2008 financial crisis. The piece follows three generations of the Lehman family, from when the first Lehman emigrated to the United States to the fall of the Lehman Brothers empire. Plagued with “third-generation syndrome,” Lehman Brothers was an investment bank founded by a first-generation immigrant before being forced into bankruptcy by the family’s third generation.
The Lehman Trilogy West End cast
The Lehman Trilogy London cast stars Simon Russell Beale as Henry Lehman, Adam Godley as Mayer Lehman and Ben Miles as Emanuel Lehman. From 5 August, Dominik Tiefenthaler will play the role of Emanuel Lehman alongside Simon Russell Beale and Adam Godley.
The Lehman Trilogy West End tickets in high demand
Don’t miss out on one of the year’s biggest West End shows, which recently extended its run. Having received a fleet of rave reviews for its National Theatre run, tickets for The Lehman Trilogy in London are selling quickly! See first-hand why The Lehman Trilogy earned 5 Olivier Award nominations.
Book your Lehman Trilogy tickets now for the best ticket prices and best seats at the Piccadilly Theatre while stocks last!
Running time3hr 20min (inc two 15min intervals)
Performance dates11 May - 30th August 2019
Please note: This production features instances of flashing lights and some video effects that may cause dizziness. There will be instances of total darkness (lasting 15 seconds) and gunshot sound effects. The production contains moments and themes that some people may find distressing.
AccessSaturday 15 June 1pm Audio Described performance + 11.30am Touch Tour. Saturday 29 June 1pm Captioned performance
jamie brazier28th August
Brilliant production. Actors were amazing and the story fascinating. Thoroughly enjoyed it and the time flew by
Excellent gripping production, fantastic set and fabulous acting. Loved it.
dan joseph27th August
Though I had high expectations that it would be good, based on cast & director, I wasn’t prepared for just how captivating, clever and affecting it would be. Superb show that I would heartily recommend anyone to ser
DIANE PICKERING27th August
Excellent well staged and cleverly produced play. 3 actors outstanding.
Martyn Hayes27th August
Wonderful production. Theatrical story-telling at it's best. Theatre was too hot though - albeit a very hot day. Not enough bar staff with not enough ice! Not enough leg-room between seats. Production thus had to overcome these issues to make the evening an enjoyable one - which it did in spades - but a great pity that it had to.
Andrew Tremlin27th August
Best theatre production I have ever seen. Was it really 3 hours ? It flew by
Valerie Goldston27th August
Brilliant on all levels.acting, actors, story, script, scenery, lighting, ambience, 5 stars for everything.
Louise Brayam27th August
Brilliant. Well directed, excellent acting. I found the last act less riveting but the ending very well done.
Very well performed
Dr Jonathan Goodman26th August
Most outstanding play/acting I have ever attended.
Adrian Babbidge26th August
A once in a lifetime theatrical experience, imaginatively constructed and magnificently staged by three stellar actors (and a splendid pianist).