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Duke of Yorks Theatre, London4.6116 reviews
Florian Zeller's The Son is set to transfer to London's West End this summer. Tickets are expected to be hot!

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Florian Zeller’s The Son West End tickets available now!

Don’t miss your chance to get The Son tickets for the West End transfer of Olivier, Tony and Moliere awards winner Florian Zeller’s newest show fresh from the Kiln Theatre in London. Following his incredible critically acclaimed works The Father and The Mother, and the success of its UK premiere, The Son is expected to take the West End by storm when it transfers to London’s Duke of York’s Theatre this August.

What is The Son by Florian Zeller about?

When a family starts to crumble the son begins to spiral. Nicholas has been ditching school, lying to his family and hiding strange things under his bed. Is this typical adolescent rebellion or do his actions point to something his family should be more worried about?

Nicholas thinks moving in with his father and his new family might be the fresh start he needs. When that doesn’t work out he decides that moving back to his mother’s might be the answer. If changing feels like the only way to survive, what will he do when he runs out of changes?

Cast of the The Son Duke of York’s run

The UK premiere of The Son at London's Kiln Theatre featured Amanda Abbington, best known for her roles as Mary Watson on the BBC hit drama Sherlock and Miss Mardle in Mr Selfridge, played Anne. Laurie Kynaston took to the stage as Abbington's troubled son, Nicolas. Kynaston was in the Gielgud Theatre production of The Ferryman and recently worked on the Netflix series Derry Girls.\

The West End cast for the London Duke of York's Theatre transfer of The Son will see Amanda Abbington, Laurie Kynaston, Amaka Okafor, and John Light reprise their roles from the hit Off-West End production.

Acclaimed writer Florian Zeller brings The Son to London!

Florian Zeller is a world-renowned writer who has received many awards and nominations including a Moliere Award (plus 4 additional nominations), a Tony Award, and 2 Olivier Awards. The Son makes its West End debut on the heels of a sell-out, five-star run at the Kiln Theatre. The undeniable success of his previous plays The Mother and The Father coupled with the strength of the show’s UK premiere mean that tickets for The Son are expected to be in incredibly high demand.

The Son Duke of York's Theatre tickets, London on sale now at affordable prices!

The Son tickets are expected to sell out quickly so book yours while they are still available and don't miss your chance to see the end of Florian Zeller's family trilogy.
 

Please note: The Son deals with issues surrounding mental health in teenagers and contains scenes that some audience members may find upsetting or disturbing.


Additional Information

Age restriction

To be confirmed.

Running time

1hr 40min (no interval)

Performance dates

24 August – 2 November 2019

Content

This production is recommended for ages 14+, it contains themes of mental illness and loss.

Venue Information

Duke of Yorks TheatreSt Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4BG

Group Pricing

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Customer Reviews

116 reviews4.6

Paul Strickland23rd November

One of the best plays I've ever seen. Dramatic and heartbreaking.

Graham Pegg4th November

Excellent performances with very effective dramatic effect

Gurbaxo Jassal3rd November

Not what I expected but very compelling and touching

Judy3rd November

Excellent play and acting superb love this theatre been twice this year more please

Antonia Turner3rd November

brilliant performances.really interesting play.

Happy3rd November

It was a great play and good cast! I enjoyed it!

Mrs Jane Cook3rd November

This compelling drama was superbly acted by a cast well suited to their roles. The transition from place to place was well managed with a minimum of alteration to the set but with appropriate props the scenes were well depicted. The topical subject of teenage angst and self harming, to those of us who are familiar with this scenario, was very well portrayed. It was a thoroughly well worth while theatre trip for us.

Christiane Di Matteo1st November

No interval.

ROBIN C MANN1st November

The acting was superb! You were taken on the journey of the relationship between son and father, which any father/son could relate to. Extremely moving and a great company of actors!

Jennifer Keys31st October

Excellent, quirky but sad play all about human nature.

Thelma Frye31st October

Brilliant play, excellent acting and production.

Nikki rolfe30th October

Having seen the father and mother by the same playwrite and loving them both , I had high expectations. We were slightly disappointed though at the rather predictable nature of the play. We also found some of the rather stereotypical roles a bit disappointing too. Good set and acting though.