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Saint Martin's Lane 85-88, London WC2N 4BG

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  • The Glass Menagerie

    May 23 - Aug 28, 2022

  • A Different Stage

    Aug 30 - Sep 25, 2022

  • The Doctor

    Sep 29 - Dec 11, 2022

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The Glass Menagerie

May 23 - August 28, 2022

The glorious Amy Adams becomes the latest Hollywood star to make their West End debut as she crosses the pond to take the lead in this Tennessee Williams classic. Directed by Jeremy Herrin and the first show for his new company, Second Half Productions, the multiple Oscar-nominee will play doomed matriarch Amanda Wingfield, opposite Paul Hilton (The Inheritance), Tom Glynn-Carney (The Ferryman), Lizzie Annis, and Victor Alli.

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A Different Stage

August 30 - September 25, 2022

After a dazzling UK tour, Gary Barlow brings his theatrical one-man show, A Different Stage to the capital this summer for an extra special three-week run. Created by Barlow and his longtime pal and collaborator Tim Firth, Gary takes us on an unadulterated journey through his life and career, using his back catalogue to narrate his story.

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The Doctor

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September 29 - December 11, 2022

Ending his tenure as the Almedia's Associate Director, Robert Icke has once again created gold through his own brand of theatrical alchemy in this blazing play starring Juliet Stevenson, finally transferring into to the West End this autumn. Adapted (freely) from Arthur Schnitzler's controversial 1912 work, Professor Bernhardi, Icke's brilliant modernization becomes a slick medical drama, propelled by a cataclysmic meeting of science and religion.

Duke of Yorks Theatre

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Saint Martin's Lane 85-88, London WC2N 4BG

  • Year opened: 1892
  • Capacity: 640
  • Disabled access
  • In-house bar

The Duke of York's Theatre is a West End Theatre located in St Martin's Lane, and originally opened in 1892 as the Trafalgar Square Theatre, designed by architect Walter Emden. By 1895, it became the Duke of York's, in honour of the future King George V. The theatre was bought by The Ambassador Theatre Group in 1992, and has been the group's London headquarters since. In 1960, the theatre was Grade II listed by English Heritage.

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