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Joshua Harmon’s blistering comedy returns

Family, faith and identity collide in Joshua Harmon’s viciously hilarious comedy Bad Jews, which returns to the West End in 2022.

When the patriarch of a Jewish family passes away, his grandchildren gather to decide who should inherit a beautiful necklace. Strong-willed Daphna, who along with her Israeli boyfriend considers herself a “real Jew”, assumes that she’s the worthy recipient, but her wealthy cousin Liam and his non-Jewish girlfriend Melody have other ideas. As the cousins come to blows in a hilarious clash of wills, they begin to second-guess their beliefs about family and faith.

Harmon’s play first premiered in New York and has previously enjoyed two sold-out West End seasons. It now returns to London on its 10th anniversary for just 11 weeks, directed by Jon Pashley.

The Bad Jews London cast includes Charlie Beaven as Jonah, Olivia Le Andersen as Melody, Ashley Margolis as Liam and Rosie Yadid as Daphne.

Exploring Jewish identity and history through the lens of one hilarious dysfunctional family, book Bad Jews tickets and enjoy this “ferociously clever” (Evening Standard) show at the Arts Theatre this summer.

Performance dates: 24 Sep 2022 - 25 Sep 2022

Running time: 1 hour 50 minutes (without an interval)

Age recommendation: Best for age 12+

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Latest audience reviews

Brilliant fun revival! Great cast

kabirnaidoo Top 200 reviewer22 Sep 2022
AuntieMame 23 Sep 2022

Better on second viewing, but you have to think this play needed a big shake-up early on. Some serious... More

katiel16 Top 50 reviewer22 Sep 2022

Better on second viewing, but you have to think this play needed a big shake-up early on. Some serious points, some funny lines. Grief does do funny things to people/families – but an audience has to be a) enticed into a play, b) want to watch the characters.

katiel16 Top 50 reviewer22 Sep 2022
nataliep5 28 Aug 2022
paulmaddison 11 Sep 2022

Great play in a lovely intimate venue. Very emotional from the start, it starts to build up throughout... More

valeries24 23 Jul 2022

Great play in a lovely intimate venue. Very emotional from the start, it starts to build up throughout with a truly poignant moment at the end. Don’t miss it!

valeries24 23 Jul 2022
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