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

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The Son

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Closed November 2, 2019

A compulsive, involving, emotionally stirring evening - theatre's answer to a page-turner.

The Observer

Why See The Son?

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West End Transfer

After a critically acclaimed run at the Kiln Theatre in North London in February, the Michael Longhurst directed production of The Son is heading to the West End. Amanda Abbington, Laurie Kynaston, and John Light return to reprise their roles in Zeller's third installment of the trilogy that also includes The Father and The Mother. 

What is the story?

As his family breaks down around him Nicolas can't cope. Beginning to skip school, lying to his family and hiding strange objects under his bed Nicholas is teetering too close to the edge, can his family rally together to bring their son back from the brink?

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Dates

Previews from: 24 August 2019

Opening night: 2 September 2019

And before you stop reading

Images are taken from the orignal production at the Kiln Theatre. 

Cast and Creative

Cast

Amanda Abbington as Anne
Laurie Kynaston as Nicolas
John Light as Pierre

Creative

Written by Florian Zeller
Directed by Michael Longhurst
Translated by Christopher Hampton

What we thought

INTRIGUING compact Provoking

Tightly acted and intriguing

Florian Zeller's third in his domestic trilogy, The Son transfers into the West End following an acclaimed run at the Kiln Theatre.

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