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Stranger Things' David Harbour and Bill Pullman star in the world premiere of Theresa Rebeck’s scathingly funny family drama.

A darkly funny family drama

Stranger Things star David Harbour makes a blinding West End debut in dark and funny new play Mad House at the Ambassadors Theatre.

Michael has returned to his childhood home in rural Pennsylvania to look after his dying father. His siblings Ned and Pam soon turn up, with one thing on their minds: how big is the inheritance and when are they getting their hands on it?

Harbour, best known for his role as Jim Hopper in Netflix hit Stranger Things, stars as Michael opposite acclaimed stage and screen actor Bill Pullman, in this provocative portrait of a family's final reunion.

Mad House is the latest play from Theresa Rebeck (Smash, Bernhardt/Hamlet), directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel (Hand to God, Present Laughter).

Watch a family pay their last disrespects with Mad House tickets. This biting new drama celebrates its world premiere at the Ambassadors Theatre for a strictly limited season.

Sorry this show closed 04 September 2022, we recommend these similar productions.

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Performance dates:
03 Sep 2022 - 04 Sep 2022
Running time:
2 hours and 30 minutes including an interval.
Age recommendation:
Best for age 14+
Audience Notes:
This production features discussion of death, mental illness and self-harm, transphobic and racist language, sexual content and swearing.
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Latest Audience Reviews

Brilliant show. I’m sure most audience members, including me, could relate to at least some of th... More

This is a really dark comedy, dark as the night that falls over the house, and the stars describe... More

A really strong performance from both Bill Pullman and David Harbour. Good solid writing in a da... More

Wickedly funny and deeply touching. Bill Pullman and Akiya Henry find emotion in every scene, and... More

Wow, this was a powerful play. Perfect dark humour that had me giggling. Also, gut punching. Comp... More

Great production and performances. An entertaining play, even if it wasn’t particularly original... More

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