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  • The Unfriend

    Until Mar 9, 2024

  • Long Day's Journey Into Night

    Mar 19 - Jun 8, 2024

  • Next To Normal

    Jun 18 - Sep 21, 2024

  • Oedipus

    Dates to be announced.

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The Unfriend

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Until March 9, 2024

Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss collaborate once more as their hit comedy returns to the West End! The Unfriend unites the creators with award-winning comedian Lee Mac and Jonathan Creek's Sarah Alexander who star as a married couple who befriend a strange woman on holiday, leading to outrageous (and hilarious) consequences.

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Long Day's Journey Into Night

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March 19 - June 8, 2024

Eugene O'Neil's Pulitzer Prize-winning magnum opus returns to London in spring 2024, starring Emmy, Golden Globe, and Olivier winner Brian Cox in his first West End stage appearance in nearly a decade. The story of a mercurial family in crisis told over the course of one day, this brand new production of the 20th Century classic comes from Second Half Productions, with direction from the esteemed Jeremy Herrin.

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Next To Normal

June 18 - September 21, 2024

Brian Yorkey and Tom Kitt's Tony-winning musical Next To Normal will finally make its much-anticipated West End Premiere in 2024, following an electrifying, sell-out run in autumn 2023 at the Donmar Warehouse. Heading over to the Wynham's Theatre for 14 weeks in June, the production will be directed by Michael Longhurst and will star Caissie Levy (Frozen) and Trevor Dion Nicholas (Hamilton)!

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Oedipus

Dates to be announced.

Starring Lesley Manville and Mark Strong!Renowned director Robert Icke (known for his transformative adaptation of the Orestei), brings Sophocles' tragic ancient Greek play to life in a stunning contemporary light. In this modern makeover, hidden secrets of the past are pushed into the present, however, nothing can loosen the inescapable grip of fate.

Wyndhams Theatre

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Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0DA

  • Year opened: 1899
  • Capacity: 759
  • Concession stands
  • Merchandise booths
  • Air conditioning
  • In-house bar
  • Coat check

Opened in 1899 by its namesake Charles Wyndham, the Wyndham's is one of six London theatres designed by W.G.R Sprague. Safely sitting right in the heart of Theatreland, it tends to stage high calibre shows, from Graeme Green's first play, an Arthur Miller world premiere, the UK premiere of Edward Albee's Three Tall Women, and the first run for 1970's musical mega-hit Godspell.

Over the years many stars have trod its boards, including Dames Diana Rigg and Maggie Smith, Vanessa Redgrave, Alec Guinness Albert Finney and even Madonna, who made her London debut in 2002ís Up For Grabs.

A West End icon, it is also the only theatre in the capital to have been recreated, almost to scale, as a part of Universal Studios' Harry Potter World. The true magic, however, resides here at its home in the West End. Staging four to five shows a year, the Wyndham's Theatre attracts audiences from all over the world, Wizarding and muggle alike!

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