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Upcoming Highlights

  • The Jungle

    Opens Dec 07

  • The Brothers Size

    Opens Jan 19, 2018

  • The Inheritance

    Opens Mar 02, 2018

  • Fun Home

    Opens Jun 18, 2018

The Jungle

December 7, 2017-January 6, 2018

A new drama about hope and compassion comes to the Young Vic in December that focuses on the refugees that lived in the Calais camp, until it was torn down earlier this year. A collaboration between and the Young Vic and Good Chance Theatre, a charity-based company that built temporary arts spaces at the camp, the story is based around a small Afghan cafe that welcomed people throughout the camp to provide a safe space.

The Brothers Size

January 19-February 14, 2018

The Young Vic's rousing new season of works features a host of award-winning writers and plays, including the hotly anticipated revival of Academy Award winner Tarell Alvin McCraney's The Brothers Size. Last seen on the Young Vic stage in 2007, the critically acclaimed drama was McCraney's first ever work and garnered him the 2009 New York Times Outstanding Playwright Award.

The Inheritance

March 2-May 5, 2018

A world premiere play in two parts is coming to the Young Vic in March 2018, that is set to be the talk of the town. Written by lauded playwright Matthew Lopez whose works include 2011's The Whipping Man and 2015's Reverberation, this touching new drama about New York's LGBT community will be helmed by Stephen Daldry. Set design will be taken over by Olivier Awardee Bob Crowley, who provided the stunning set for The Plantagenets, as well as garnering three more Tony Awards across the Pond in other works.

Fun Home

June 18-September 1, 2018

Direct from Broadway and winner of five Tony Awards including Best Musical and Best Original Score, Fun Home heads to the Voung Vic in June 2018. Based on the groundbreaking 2006 graphic novel of the same name by Alison Bechdel. Released in the story traces Bechdel's own childhood and adolescence, with particular focus on her uneasy relationship with her father Bruce and her coming out as a lesbian.


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Assado - Waterloo
0.15 mi away at 157 Waterloo Road
Main £13 | Three course meal £24
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Auberge - Waterloo
0.16 mi away at 1 Sandell Street
Main £10 | Three course meal £17
Bar & Restaurant: French Cuisine

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