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David Suchet is starring in The Price at the Wyndham's Theatre in London for a new run this winter! The Price tickets are sure to sell quickly so act fast!
Following a critically acclaimed run at the Theatre Royal Bath, The Price has transferred to Wyndham’s Theatre in London’s West End with David Suchet (The Pinter at the Pinter’s The Lover / The Collection) and Brendan Coyle (Downtown Abbey) set to reprise their roles as both furniture dealer Gregory Solomon and Victor respectively. The transfer marks the play’s 50th anniversary as well as its first-ever West End production.
The Price was written by Arthur Miller and follows two estranged brothers, Victor and Walter Franz, as they meet for the first time in 30 years in their childhood home after receiving news that their father had passed away. They are eventually greeted by Gregory Solomon, a furniture dealer who is looking to close on a deal. Soon Victor has some explaining to do.
The Price first premiered on Broadway in 1968 and was nominated for two Tony Awards including Best Play. It has been revived a countless number of times with its most recent Broadway revival back in 2017, which starred Danny DeVito in an award-winning performance as Gregory and Mark Ruffalo as Victor.
Don’t miss out on the London premiere of Arthur Miller’s The Price. The Theatre Royal Bath production of The Price received rave reviews so tickets for The Price in London are expected to sell out quickly due to popular demand. Be sure to book your tickets to The Price early for the best seats at the best prices when you use our interactive seating plan.
Book tickets for The Price now showing at the London's Wyndham's Theatre
Running time2hr 40 min (inc interval)
Performance dates11 February - 27 April 2019
ContentAll children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian and may not sit alone in the auditorium. In the event that a child's seat is separate from an adult, you may be refused entry.
Adrian Agostini29th April
I was disappointed that, due to protests in central London that led to us arriving 4 minutes late, we were asked to wait 25mins into the production before being shown to alternative seats. While I understand it can be disruptive to others, this was not a full house and the time it took for us to actually get in seat was less than 10secs. Why make an 85yr old woman (my mother) wait in the lobby for 25mins for 10seconds of disruption? I feel front of house could have handled this with more sensitivity rather than ‘rules are rules’.
David Suchet was fabulous
claire sugrue29th April
A brilliant comedic turn from Suchet. Strong cast and production..
Tony Rodbard29th April
Wonderful set and acting, especially from the understudy who was on stage for the entire play. David Suchet was astonishing
F Lesley Philpot29th April
Excellent production. Every word could be heard from all performers. Not always true these days unfortunately.
Buzzer. 28th April
Excellent play and performances. Shame about the seats which were incredibly uncomfortable.
Play was too.long and boring. Seats were the most uncomfortable of any theatre I have been in and it was very hot . David Suchet hardly on stage
James Dawkins28th April
David Suchet was magnificent
Mar Bovi28th April
The seats were really bad - Could barely hear and could see very badly - I don't think those seats should be sold at all.
Cheltenham resident28th April
While we enjoyed this play, we were disappointed not to see Brendan Coyle. The understudy did a remarkable job but the show dragged in parts when David Suchet was not on stage. Suchet lit up the stage with his performance
Maureen Israelson28th April
Outstanding actors and very well crafted
Eva Niculiu28th April
Excellent play, excellent cast