The Lehman Trilogy at Piccadilly Theatre tickets
The Lehman Trilogy at Piccadilly Theatre tickets

The Lehman Trilogy tickets from £21.25

Tickets from £21.25

Overview

Following a sell-out season at the Lyttelton and a forthcoming run at Park Avenue Armory in New York, The Lehman Trilogy transfers to London’s West End, with tickets available now. This means another chance to catch this American epic for those who missed it the first-time round. A play in three parts, it traces the astronomical rise and devastating fall of the family responsible for changing the global financial landscape.

Beginning with a dream of a better life in 1844 New York, the story sees three brothers lay the foundation for a financial empire which will go from strength to strength. It traces the generations as the brothers’ sons and grandsons enter the scene, going on to capture the firm’s eventual bankruptcy and the ensuing economic crisis of 2008 which reverberated around the world.

The Lehman Trilogy was written by Italian playwright Stefano Massini and adapted by Ben Power. The original had its premiere at Milan's Piccolo Teatro in 2015 and counted Power among its audience. The English version is co-produced by Neal Street Productions with the National Theatre.

Simon Russell Beale (Mr. Foote's Other Leg), Adam Godley (Close of Play) and Ben Miles (Mary Stuart) reprise their roles.

The set design is the work of Es Devlin while costume design is courtesy of Katrine Lindsay. Video design is by Luke Halls, lighting design comes from Jon Clark and music and sound design is by Nick Powell. Candida Caldicot contributes music direction; movement is by Polly Bennett.

Expansive and poetic, The Lehman Trilogy takes a fascinating look at the rise and fall of an empire. With a top-notch cast and creative team, it’s a production that deserves every one of its rave reviews. Catch it at Piccadilly Theatre with tickets available for performances from 11 May 2019 for a strictly limited 12-week run.

Recommended for

FT readers and news junkies shouldn't miss this play, which is based on true events. Fans of the much in-demand set designer Es Devlin will relish her handiwork, while appreciators of the stellar cast will enjoy seeing them getting their teeth into these meaty roles and should be sure to pick up their Lehman Brothers Trilogy tickets now.

Age Recommendations: Not suitable for children

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Dates and times

Running time: 3 hours 20 minutes (including an interval)
Opened: 11 May 2019
Booking from: 23 Jul 2019
Booking until: 31 Aug 2019

Next available performances

DateMatineeEvening
Wednesday 24 Jul 2019--7:00pm
Friday 26 Jul 2019--7:00pm
Saturday 27 Jul 20191:00pm7:00pm
Monday 29 Jul 2019--7:00pm
Tuesday 30 Jul 2019--7:00pm
Wednesday 31 Jul 2019--7:00pm
Thursday 01 Aug 2019--7:00pm

Location and map

Piccadilly Theatre
16 Denman Street
London, W1D 7DY

203 Reviews Add review

I had little idea of what this play was about, imagining it would be a theatre take on the Lehman Bros 2008 crash. It wasn’t. Firstly... More

shaulu 1 review, 0 helpful votes

The three actors could not have been fresher even though the production has run for some time. Stage design was outstanding. Cannot... More

rogerartis 3 reviews, 0 helpful votes

Great production, superbly acted by just three actors playing main characters but also all the incidental ones too. Brilliant set design... More

alisonb 5'8", 28 reviews, 0 helpful votes

The play has heart and soul and was totally captivating despite being quite long. The actors changed characters, with no make up or... More

carolen 1 review, 0 helpful votes

In some ways, the play might have benefited from a smaller theatre since, on one level, the story was intimately told by the three... More

stephenc11 1 review, 0 helpful votes

rikkiONshow 178cm, 250 reviews, 6 helpful votes

Excellent. Just as good as when I saw it at the Lyttleton earlier this year.

alisonb 5'8", 28 reviews, 0 helpful votes

Amazing show, amazing acting, production, set design. Standing ovation at the end.

DavidPlaut 1 review, 0 helpful votes

A very interesting play. Fantastic acting. Impressive scenery. I would definitely recommend. It is long, 3 hours, but fascinating

mariabell 5'10, 22 reviews, 0 helpful votes