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A Mirror

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Until April 20, 2024

An ingenious drama

The Financial Times

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West End Transfer

A roaring success during its Almeida run, Sam Holcroft and Jeremy Herrins 'surprising, entertaining, and thought-provoking' new play is set to transfer to the West End, beginning performances at the Trafalgar Theatre from January 2024. 

You are invited to celebrate the wedding of Leyla and Joel.

Starring Jonny Lee Miller (last on stage in Ink) and Sex Education's Tanya Reynolds, alongside Geoffrey Streatfeild (The Thick of It) and BAFTA nominee Samuel Adewunmi, get out your hats, or pin a corsage to your button-hole as you become guests at a wedding taking place under a dictatorship where censorship reigns supreme, crushing creativity at every juncture. Darkly comic and thrilling, this tricksy trip to the altar is a guaranteed mind-bender!

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Opening night: 22 January 2024


You may be required to wear a mask during this performance. Please contact the venue directly for more information.

Cast and Creative


Jonny Lee Miller
Tanya Reynolds
Geoffrey Streatfeild
Samuel Adewunmi


Written by Sam Holcroft
Directed by Jeremy Herrin
Set and Costume design by Max Jones
Lighting Design by Azusa Ono
Sound design and composition by Nick Powell

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