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As You Like It Tickets

Closes on Saturday 28th January

A vibrant production of Shakepeare’s comedy

Journey through the Forest of Arden this winter in Shakespeare’s As You Like It at Soho Place. The joyous comedy is performed in the round at the West End’s newest theatre, starring Leah Harvey and Strictly Come Dancing winner Rose Ayling-Ellis.

When her father the Duke is exiled, Rosalind and her cousin Celia decide to leave court and travel into the forest with the Fool, Touchstone. Rosalind is disguised as a boy and soon throws off convention, all whilst falling for lovesick Orlando. Ending in celebration and reconciliation, As You Like It is one of Shakespeare's most bewildering but irresistibly joyful comedies.

The As You Like It West End revival is directed by Josie Rourke (Mary Queen of Scots and stars Leah Harvey (Small Island) as Rosalind and Rose Ayling-Ellis (EastEnders; Strictly Come Dancing) as Celia. They are joined by Alfred Enoch as Orlando and Martha Plimpton as Jacques.

Enjoy a dynamic revival of a classic performed by a vibrant cast with As You Like It tickets. This new production transforms Soho Place Theatre into a pastoral paradise for just eight weeks.

Performance dates: 06 Dec 2022 - 28 Jan 2023

Running time: 2 hours 40 minutes (including an interval)

Age recommendation: TBC

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Latest Audience Reviews

This play, I call it that although it could potentially be classed as a musical with its incredib... More

charliewaters 18 Jan 2023

This play, I call it that although it could potentially be classed as a musical with its incredible music by Michael Bruce who appears on stage for almost the show’s entirety. The movement from the cast stood out and was well used to make an already emotive peace even more moving. The lighting and staging was pretty simple which allowed for more focus and imagination to be used to by the audience to gain complete fulfilment from the play.

charliewaters 18 Jan 2023

The show lived up to my expectations, and more. The performers were excellent, and the songs were... More

cathyl1 06 Jan 2023

The show lived up to my expectations, and more. The performers were excellent, and the songs were beautiful. (Wish they would have lasted longer!) Also, the supertitles (done in Shakespearean-era writing) were very useful for the parts that were in sign language, and even the parts that weren't.

cathyl1 06 Jan 2023

I found the performance very interesting; there was a minimalistic but central set, the actors sh... More

dhaliwala 30 Dec 2022

I found the performance very interesting; there was a minimalistic but central set, the actors showcased brilliant acting skills (and the pianist also gave a good performance) and I think that BSL and captions were incorporated into the performance seamlessly and made it more accessible for a wider audience. I highly recommend watching the show, especially if you are familiar with Shakespeare’s works.

dhaliwala 30 Dec 2022

A lovely show for two days before Christmas. Faithful to the story with some modern innovations.... More

markh25 25 Dec 2022

A lovely show for two days before Christmas. Faithful to the story with some modern innovations. There had been some illness amongst the cast and one actor was on at literally the last minute. You'd never have known it. Enormous fun

markh25 25 Dec 2022

Great take on a shakespeare classic! Loved that Rose is signing her lines, but don't worry if you... More

Bex52296 12 Dec 2022

Great take on a shakespeare classic! Loved that Rose is signing her lines, but don't worry if you don't know sign language, there are screen with that show every characters line, on all four sides of the theatre so you can easily follow along.

Bex52296 12 Dec 2022

Absolutely delightful production! Stunning to look at, and such a fresh take on this well-loved p... More

debbiew16 10 Dec 2022

Absolutely delightful production! Stunning to look at, and such a fresh take on this well-loved play. So inclusive! Four unobtrusive screens on each side wall offer the written dialogue; a lovely way to include sign language and speech. Sublime performances from the entire cast and the music throughout adds a special touch. A must-see.

debbiew16 10 Dec 2022
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