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  • Mary Stuart

    Until Mar 31, 2018

  • The Moderate Soprano

    Apr 5 - Jun 30, 2018

  • King Lear

    Jul 11 - Nov 3, 2018

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Mary Stuart

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Until March 31, 2018

Following its critically celebrated engagement at the Almeida Theatre during the 2017/18 season, Robert Icke's groundbreaking modern interpretation of Frederick Schillers 1800 drama makes its transfer to the West End, at the Duke Of York's Theatre. Juliet Stevenson and Lia Williams both reprise their alternating roles, decided on performance night by the flip of a coin! We follow the strained relationship between Elizabeth I and her cousin/rival, Mary Queen of Scots. Directed by Icke himself, this battle of wits between the two wily women is guaranteed once again to keep history buffs on the edge of their seats.

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The Moderate Soprano

April 5 - June 30, 2018

After resounding success at London's Hampstead Theatre, David Hare's brand new play, The Moderate Soprano, transfers to London's West End in 2018. Based on the life of John Christie, the Opera manager, not the murderer, The Moderate Soprano tells the story of Christie's greatest project of all, erecting an Opera House on his country estate in Sussex. But things aren't going to be easy for him, throw in a torrid love affair and Christie's work is under threat.

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King Lear

July 11 - November 3, 2018

Prepare yourself for a very special production of Shakespeare's King Lear, starring the one and only Sir Ian McKellan, reprising his role from the show's 2017 Chichester Festival run. Scheduled for 16 weeks only, it's fair to say this one is going to have the West End in a tizz.

Duke of Yorks Theatre

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St Martins Lane, 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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Browns Brasserie & Bar - Covent Garden
0.02 mi away at 82-84 St Martin's Lane
Main £13 | Three course meal £30
Bar & Restaurant: British Cuisine

Spaghetti House - Cranbourn Street
0.04 mi away at 24 Cranbourn Street
Main £10 | Three course meal £15
Family Restaurant: Italian Cuisine

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0.06 mi away at 45 St Martin's Lane
5 Star, Prices from £232


0.07 mi away at 35 Charing Cross Road
5 Star, Prices from £175

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