A Mirror Tickets
Jonny Lee Miller stars in the West End transfer of this explosive play about censorship and free speech, direct from the Almeida Theatre.
Enjoy Mischievous Satire With A Mirror TicketsFresh from a world premiere at Islington’s Almeida Theatre, thrilling new play A Mirror transfers to the West End for a strictly limited season, starring Jonny Lee Miller (Trainspotting) and Tanya Reynolds (Sex Education). This tricksy, surprising show delves into censorship, authorship and free speech as one couple marries… but is all as it seems? Book now to be a guest at the wedding, and delight in this satirical hit, at the Trafalgar Theatre.
What is A Mirror about?You are cordially invited to celebrate the marriage of Leyla and Joel. The dress code is smart casual, and the ceremony begins at 7.30pm sharp. Please note that we do not have a license from the Ministry, and we ask that you consider the risk of attending before RSVPing…
We can’t say much more about this elusive new play from Sam Holcroft (Rules for Living) but we promise it will be full of surprises, revelations, and humour, in a bravura production that Time Out called “subversive mischief”!
A Mirror premiered at the Almeida Theatre in August 2023, with audiences bewildered and delighted at its skewering of art, theatre and power. Director Jeremy Herrin (Best of Enemies) returns for its West End season, promising a playful and sharp-edged production that will get you laughing, thinking, and itching to have a conversation about it all over post-show drinks at the bar.
Jonny Lee Miller in A MirrorOlivier Award-winning stage and screen star Jonny Lee Miller reprises his role as Čelik. Miller, whose credits include the hit National Theatre production of Frankenstein opposite Benedict Cumberbatch, CBS’ Elementary and Trainspotting, “mesmerises” (The Guardian) in his latest stage role and it is one you will not want to miss a second time around.
Further casting includes Sex Education’s Tanya Reynolds as Mei, Geoffrey Streatfeild (My Night With Reg) as Bax, and BAFTA nominee Samuel Adewunmi (You Don't Know Me) as Adem.