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    a gem of a show
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Brokeback Mountain Tickets

A star-studded cast brings the powerful love story to London in a fresh and moving play with music, co-created by Dan Gillespie Sells.

The powerful love story on stage

Mike Faist and Lucas Hedges star in the anticipated world-premiere stage adaptation of Brokeback Mountain at Soho Place. This play with music brings the powerful love story to life in a thrilling new adaptation of Annie Proulx’s short story.

On the isolated Brokeback Mountain in 1963, Ennis and Jack take on new jobs against an oppressive backdrop of rural poverty and parochial, conservative communities. Soon, their certain view of life is shaken by unexpected emotions and a 20-year love story, beset by hidden passions and tragedy, begins.

The brand new Brokeback Mountain play stars Academy Award nominee Lucas Hedges (Boy Erased; Three Billboards Ouside Ebbing, Missouri) as Ennis and Grammy Award winner Mike Faist (Newsies; Dear Evan Hansen) as Jack.

It is adapted by Ashley Robinson and interspersed with haunting and beautiful music from The Feeling’s Dan Gillespie Sells, all performed live by Eddi Reader and her onstage Country and Western band. Gillespie Sells and director Jonathan Butterell previously worked together on hit musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie.

This passionate, powerful play runs for a limited season in central London, so don’t miss the landmark production and book Brokeback Mountain tickets now.

Sorry this show closed 12 August 2023, we recommend these similar productions.

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Performance dates:
11 Aug 2023 - 12 Aug 2023
Running time:
1 hour and 30 minutes.
Age recommendation:
Best for age 16+

Best Seats

SeatPlan Recommends: Sit in the Stalls to feel completely immersed in the quiet magic of this stunning love story. The auditorium is in the round so sometimes you will be facing the actors' backs, but the intimacy and proximity - perfect for seeing subtle acting - cannot be beaten. The back row of the Stalls is especially good if you want to be sitting a bit higher than stage height.

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    Fantastic! Unfortunately due to a mechanical glitch with the stage on our show night there was an... More

    For the third and final time, as tonight was closing night for the West End run, I returned to Br... More

    This stage production has successfully captured the essence of the original 2005 film adaptation... More

    This is an excellent adaptation of the film and far exceeded my expectations. Mike Faist, as Jack... More

    Surprisingly this show is not selling as well as I might’ve expected it to. I was upgraded from t... More

    The smash hit film 'Brokeback Mountain' has now been made into a play and it transfers well. Star... More

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