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Death of England: Delroy Tickets

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Paapa Essiedu stars in the second part of the Death of England trilogy - a bold monologue about race and identity in modern Britain.

Death of England: Delroy Tickets On Sale Now

Clint Dyer and Roy Williams’ extraordinary state-of-the-nation trilogy continues with Death of England: Delroy in the West End. Meet Delroy, a working-class Black man grappling with his relationship to modern Britain in this “furious, funny shout of a play” (The Evening Standard). Performed by Paapa Essiedu (I May Destroy You), this is an unmissable theatrical event that sees three remarkable, interlinking plays performed in rep at Soho Place.

See all three parts of this ground-breaking series with tickets to Death of England: Michael and Death of England: Closing Time, or enjoy Delroy as a standalone.

About Death of England: Delroy

Sitting in the pews at the funeral of Michael’s father is his childhood best friend, Delroy. Delroy’s girlfriend is Michael’s sister, Carly. Delroy is fiercely ambitious and upwardly mobile in his job as a bailiff, but his life suddenly spirals out of control as he rushes to the hospital where Carly is about to give birth.

Starring Paapa Essiedu (I May Destroy You; Hamlet; The Effect), Death of England: Delroy is the second part of the acclaimed Death of England trilogy, and premiered at the National Theatre in 2020. Praised at the time as “a blistering piece of stagecraft” (WhatsOnStage), this is an exciting chance to see it performed by one of the UK’s best theatre actors in the West End’s newest venue.

Experience the Death of England Trilogy

For the first time, theatre fans can see all three of Clint Dyer and Roy Williams’ Death of England plays performed alongside each other in an exhilarating West End season. Confronting race, class, national identity and personal relationships, these three plays - featuring interlinked characters and scenarios - promise a “uniquely brilliant” (The Evening Standard) live experience as audiences can choose to book for one, two or all three productions.

Dyer, who also directs, is known for his work on Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical and Othello at the National Theatre, while Williams is an Olivier Award-nominated playwright, known for Sucker Punch and Sing Yer Heart Out for the Lads.

Don’t Miss Death of England Delroy Tickets at Soho Place

See it after watching Michael, combine it with Closing Time, or experience it as a single piece of theatre: however you choose to book Death of England: Delroy tickets, you’re guaranteed to enjoy a night of “brash and brilliant theatre” (The Guardian) that hits on the joys and challenges of living in 21st century Britain.

Performance dates:
23 Jul 2024 - 28 Sep 2024
Running time:
1 hour and 30 minutes.
Age recommendation:
TBC. See Audience Notes for content warnings.
Audience Notes:
This production features strobe and flashing lights, strong language and adult themes, including references to slavery, racism, sexual abuse, drug abuse and alcohol abuse.
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Show Times

MatineeEvening
Monday-7.30pm
Tuesday-7.30pm
Wednesday-7.30pm
Thursday3.30pm-
Friday-8.30pm
Saturday4.30pm7.30pm
Sunday--
How Long is Death of England: Delroy?
Death of England: Delroy running time is 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Matinee Shows
Performances start at 3.30pm and finish at 5.00pm or start at 4.30pm and finish at 6.00pm.
Evening Shows
Performances start at 7.30pm and finish at 9.00pm or start at 8.30pm and finish at 10.00pm.
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