Death of a Salesman at Piccadilly Theatre tickets
Death of a Salesman at Piccadilly Theatre tickets

Death of a Salesman tickets from £44.00

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About the show

The Young Vic’s blistering new production of Death of a Salesman transfers to the West End, with Wendell Pierce reprising his role as tragic husband and father Willy Loman. Described as “a revelation” by The Financial Times, it opens at the Piccadilly Theatre on 24 October 2019.

Widely considered to be Arthur Miller’s masterpiece, Death of a Salesman exposes the pressures and fallacies of the American Dream. Willy Loman, a travelling salesman, his wife Linda, and their sons Biff and Happy strive to represent the picture-perfect family. But as Willy begins to crack under the pressure of the commercial rat race at work and home, his strongly held belief that graft and diligence is the key to achievement falls apart. In this new revival, co-director Marianne Elliott brings her distinct vision to the play, seen through the eyes of an African American family.

Death of a Salesman stars American actor Wendell Pierce, who is best known for his long-running role as Bunk Moreland in The Wire. His previous stage credits include Queenie and Brothers from the Bottom. He is joined by Sharon D Clarke (who was most recently on stage in Caroline, or Change and Blues in the Night) as Linda Loman, Sope Dirisu (RSC: Coriolanus) as Biff Loman and Natey Jones (National Theatre: Small Island) as Happy Loman.

The show is co-directed by Marianne Elliott and Miranda Cromwell. Elliott has enjoyed major success recently, with Company (2018) picking up multiple Olivier Awards, and her ground-breaking revival of Angels in America transferring to Broadway with Andrew Garfield and Lee Pace. Cromwell has previously worked with Elliott as a producer.

The creative team also includes designer Anna Fleischle (Home, I’m Darling), and sound designer Carolyn Downing (Chimerica).

With a devastating central performance bringing new resonance to Miller’s classic, Death of a Salesman at the Piccadilly Theatre is sure to be another success from one of the UK’s most exciting directors. It opens for a limited run on 24 October 2019.

Recommended for

Fans of Arthur Miller will be able to add a new production to their list with Death of a Salesman, the latest in a string of the playwright's work to be staged in London this year. Anyone who's been following Marianne Elliott's heady rise to fame also have another chance to watch her singular vision on stage.

Age Recommendations: Recommended 12+

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Dates and times

Running time: 3 hours 10 minutes (including interval)
Opened: 24 Oct 2019
Press night: 04 Nov 2019
Booking from: 16 Dec 2019
Booking until: 04 Jan 2020

Next available performances

DateMatineeEvening
Monday 16 Dec 2019--7:30pm
Tuesday 17 Dec 2019--7:30pm
Wednesday 18 Dec 20192:00pm7:30pm
Thursday 19 Dec 2019--7:30pm
Friday 20 Dec 2019--7:30pm
Saturday 21 Dec 20192:00pm7:30pm
Monday 23 Dec 20192:00pm--

Location and map

Piccadilly Theatre
16 Denman Street
London, W1D 7DY

50 Reviews Add review

The play itself is brilliant, Miller’s most famous and often called one of the best of the century and this production has not only... More

HeyImMark 171cm, 34 reviews, 1 helpful vote

A classic stage play that’s been covered numerous times over the years. This version with Wendell Pierce in the lead as Willy Loman... More

dickymail121 6'0, 28 reviews, 0 helpful votes

An exceptional production of a Twentieth-Century classic. Wendell Pierce is incredible but for me, Sharon D Clarke stole the show.... More

jimd3 5' 10", 17 reviews, 0 helpful votes

I studied this for A-Level and once sat in the front row of the Lyttelton, I think, watching Warren Mitchell as Willy Loman. This... More

markh25 27 reviews, 1 helpful vote

An old play that has stood the test of time. Still very relevant today. An excellent production. Innovative stage set. Actors top class. More

janeb32 5’2, 2 reviews, 0 helpful votes

Fantastic show, great performances by all of this classic play. However it is very long, my show didn't finish until 22:45.

samrixon 6"1, 28 reviews, 1 helpful vote

Really REALLY good acting!

Hnhismyname 5ft 5i, 17 reviews, 0 helpful votes

Tash11e 6'0", 33 reviews, 0 helpful votes

Brutal.

leepeddie 176, 32 reviews, 0 helpful votes