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Noel Coward Theatre

Fisayo Akinade and Kit Harington star in the West End premiere of Jeremy O. Harris’ record-breaking play about sex, race and power.

Don’t Miss Slave Play Tickets - The Iconic Show Hits London

It is the most Tony Award-nominated play in Broadway history and had audiences shocked, exhilarated and astounded by its daring look at gender, sexuality and race. Now it is London theatregoers’ chance to experience Slave Play as it comes to the Noel Coward Theatre this year.

Jeremy O. Harris’ masterwork was one of the most talked-about shows of the season in New York, so book your tickets early to avoid missing out on its strictly limited West End run!

What is Slave Play about?

At the MacGregor Plantation, the Old South is alive and well. Heat rises in the air, the cotton fields and the crack of the whip. But is everything as it seems?

Provocative, controversial and groundbreaking, Slave Play is an incredible exploration of race, gender and sexuality in 21st century America as three couples experience very unconventional therapy sessions.

Earning a staggering 12 Tony Award nominations, Jeremy O. Harris’ and director Robert O’Hara’s production broke boundaries with two Broadway runs and sold-out audiences desperate to see what the buzz was about. Hailed a “dazzling mix of satire and psychodrama” by The New York Times, this is one play that has earned the label “iconic” with its no-holds-barred dissection of power and desire in our most intimate relationships.

Fisayo Akinade and Kit Harington in Slave Play

An incredible cast brings this bold show to London, including Fisayo Akinade and Kit Harington. Akinade is best known for roles in Channel 4’s Cucumber and Banana, and Sex Education on Netflix. His stage credits include Romeo and Juliet and The Glow (Royal Court Theatre).

Kit Harington is known for his leading role in Game of Thrones as Jon Snow, and has also appeared in True West and Henry V in the West End.

Akinade and Harington are joined by co-stars Aaron Heffernan and Olivia Washington, and James Cusati-Moyer, Chalia La Tour, Annie McNamara, and Irene Sofia Lucio - who reprise their roles from the original Broadway production.

Tickets for Slave Play Available Now

One of New York’s hottest contemporary shows is a daring, funny and extraordinary event in London and it’s set to be one of the must-see productions of 2024. Don’t miss your chance to sit in the audience of its UK premiere!

Performance dates:
19 Jul 2024 - 21 Sep 2024
Running time:
2 hours.
Age recommendation:
Best for age 16+. See Audience Notes for content guidance.
Audience Notes:
This production contains adult themes concerning race, gender and sexuality; strong language; and some bright lighting. E-cigarettes are smoked onstage.
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Slave Play Reviews

3.9
36 Reviews
  • 5 Stars25%
  • 4 Stars47%
  • 3 Stars22%
  • 2 Stars6%
  • 1 Stars0%

User Reviews

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The controversial, three-act, Tony award nominated play by widely acclaimed writer Jeremy O. Harris makes its long awaited London premiere at the Noël Coward Theatre. Slave Play tackles the topics of race, sexuality and identity as it tells the s Read more

Performance date: 02 July 2024
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The show was great, I didn't expect the double entendre! The actors did really well.

Performance date: 06 July 2024
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At first I was wondering what I was watching, but I found the play entertaining and thought provoking. There are times when you're uncomfortable, and when you're deeply entertained. There's nothing like it on the west end. There's no interv Read more

Performance date: 05 July 2024
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Show Times

MatineeEvening
Monday-7.30pm
Tuesday-7.30pm
Wednesday2.30pm7.30pm
Thursday-7.30pm
Friday-7.30pm
Saturday2.30pm7.30pm
Sunday--
How Long is Slave Play?
Slave Play running time is 2 hours.
Matinee Shows
Performances start at 2.30pm and finish at 4.30pm.
Evening Shows
Performances start at 7.30pm and finish at 9.30pm.
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