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18 Suffolk Street, London, SW1Y 4HT

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18 Suffolk Street, London, SW1Y 4HT

Upcoming Highlights

  • The Libertine

    Booking until Dec 03

  • Much Ado About Nothing

    Opens Dec 09

  • Love's Labour's Lost

    Opens Dec 12

  • Edward Albee's The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?

    Opens Mar 24, 2017

The Libertine

Until December 3, 2016

Dominic Cooper returns to the West End this year as the John Wilmot, the 2nd Earl of Rochester, the rakish Restoration era aristo with an appetite for women and wine that would make Bacchus weep. Ostentatiously based on his real exploits, Stephen Jeffreys' The Libertine is as much an examination of the excesses of the age as the man himself.

Much Ado About Nothing

December 9, 2016-March 18, 2017

Following its hit run at RSC Stratford in 2014 and helmed by Christopher Luscombe, Love's Labour Won will transfer to the West End this coming December for a limited run. Presented as a follow-up to Love's Labour Lost, the play is set at the end of the First World War, with its focus on two men returning from the trenches to rekindle romance with their loved ones. Of course, being a Shakespearean comedy, nothing happens quite as they planned....

Love's Labour's Lost

December 12, 2016-March 17, 2017

Following its hit engagement in 2014 at RSC Stratford, The Theatre Royal Haymarket hosts the West End transfer of Love's Labour's Lost, brought forward to Edwardian times by acclaimed director Christopher Luscombe. Set in 1914, we follow the exploits of the King and his friends swearing off women for three years. However, no sooner than they make this agreement, then the Princess of France and her entourage arrive - with comical consequences. This play is presented with Love's Labour's Won (Much Ado About Nothing), also transferring to the West End.

Edward Albee's The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?

March 24-June 24, 2017

Dashing Homeland and Wolf Hall star Damian Lewis returns to the West End alongside Sophie Okonado in Spring 2017 in this strange play as Martin, a happily married architect who finds his life turned upside down when he takes an unlikely lover. Replete with the late Edward Albee's wit and satirical eye, this darkly comedic work asks us to reflect on our own moral judgments in the face of a rather unexpected social taboo.


Nearby Restaurants

0.02 mi away at 1 Suffolk Place
Main £18 | Three course meal £60
Bar & Restaurant: British Cuisine

Scoff & Banter Leicester Square
0.05 mi away at 31-36 Leicester Square
Main £15 | Three course meal £27.75
Bar & Restaurant: British Cuisine

Prezzo - Haymarket
0.05 mi away at Kinghouse
Main £15 | Three course meal £30
Modern Restaurant: Italian Cuisine

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Nearby Hotels

0.04 mi away at 1 Suffolk Place
5 Star, Prices from £264

0.04 mi away at Whitcomb Street, Trafalgar Square
4 Star, Prices from £132

0.09 mi away at 6 Panton Street
5 Star, Prices from £190

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