The Lehman Trilogy Tickets
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The Lehman Trilogy Tickets

Learn how a trio of brothers's financial decisions impacted global politics.
The Lehman Trilogy: What to expect - 1
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The Lehman Trilogy Tickets

About The Lehman Trilogy

The five-time Tony-winning play returns to the West End for a spring season.

Italian writer and essayist Stefano Massini's play opened as an Italian-speaking production, with performances in Paris and Milan. Ben Power then adapted the financial drama from Italian to English. British dramaturg Ben Power previously adapted Euripides’s Medea and three D. H. Lawrence stories into Husbands and Sons.

The Lehman Trilogy premiered at the National Theatre in 2018, and later transferred to the Piccadilly Theatre. You don’t need a finance and mathematics background to understand what happens to the Lehmans. In a five-star review of The Lehman Trilogy for London Theatre, our critic said: "The production is epic. The singular alchemy of acting, design and direction in this production is so superb that it must be witnessed."

In 2021, the play transferred to Broadway and won five Tonys, including Best Play, Best Director (for Sam Mendes), and Best Actor (for Simon Russell Beale). Now, The Lehman Trilogy returns to London for a limited West End season at the Gillian Lynne Theatre.

What is The Lehman Trilogy about?

What happened to the Lehman brothers? It all starts in 1844, when Henry Lehman, a young man from Bavaria with a big dream, emigrated to New York. With the help of his two brothers, Emanuel and Mayer, the Lehman Brothers bank is born.

From here, audiences watch a whistlestop tour of 163 years of banking history through three generations of the family, following the establishment of the bank, and its doomed fate which led to the biggest global financial collapse in history, affecting each and every one of us.

Run time

3 hours 20 minutes (inc. 2 intervals)

Start date

24th January, 2023

End date

20th May, 2023



Under 4s will not be admitted. Anyone under the age of 16 has to be accompanied by an adult aged 18+.

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119 Reviews



161 Reviews | 29 Followers
Exquisite, Great writing, Absorbing

See it if you want to see an epic play, tracing the history of a banking family in the US- very clever and witty throughout.

Don’t see it if you can't sit still for 3.5 hours- though with the multiple roles each actor plays and a complex story, you won't have time to be bored.



120 Reviews | 13 Followers
Great staging, Ambitious, Entertaining, Clever, Absorbing

See it if you want a unique show, an engaging story, and fantastic acting.

Don’t see it if you're going to be put off by the running time (3h 20m) or by having a cast of 3 take on multiple roles throughout the show.



29 Reviews | 1 Followers
Refreshing, Profound, Relevant, Riveting, Thought-provoking

See it if It's note perfect. Incredible writing, so interesting and it never flags even at 3 hrs (two intervals). Flawless acting and direction.

Don’t see it if can't think of a reason not is long, that's it..



113 Reviews | 14 Followers
Great acting, Entertaining, Delightful, Clever, Ambitious

See it if You like to see great story telling and staging

Don’t see it if you can't sit through long shows

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Our Review

'The Lehman Trilogy' review — epic play continues to astonish with new cast

4 of 5
09 Feb 2023, 18:41
Read our four-star review of Hadley Fraser in The Lehman Trilogy, now playing at the Gillian Lynne Theatre through 20 May.
Production note
The production contains moments and themes that some people may find distressing. This includes the non-graphic depiction of a suicide and mentions of suicide. There is also infrequent mention of death, war and slavery.

Stars on stage

The Lehman Trilogy cast and creative team

By: Stefano Massini, English adaptation by Ben Power
Director: Sam Mendes
Producer: Co-production with Neal Street Productions
Cast list: Michael Balogun, Nigel Lindsay, Hadley Fraser, Yshani Perinpanayagam, Ravi Aujla, Will Harrison-Wallace, Leighton Pugh, Erika Gundesen
Design: Es Devlin
Lighting: Jon Clark
Costume: Katrina Lindsay
Choreography: Polly Bennett
Sound: Nick Powell


166 Drury Lane, London, United Kingdom, WC2B 5PW


Location: West End
Railway station: King's Cross St Pancras
Bus numbers: (High Holborn) 134, 242; (Kingsway) 1, 59, 68, 91, 168, 171, 188, 243, 521, X68
Night bus numbers: (High Holborn) 242, N68, N207; (Kingsway) 188, 243, N1, N91, N171
Car park: Drury Lane, Parker Street (1min)
Directions from tube: (5mins) Go right on Long Acre; turn left at Drury Lane and you’ll see the theatre 100 metres away on a corner.

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