The Price

The Price Tickets

Wyndham's Theatre, London
The Price
Wyndham's Theatre, London
Our Review 4 / 5
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David Suchet and Brendan Coyle star in the West End transfer of Jonathan Church's 50th anniversary production of Arthur Millers' play The Price. The play will run at the Wyndham's Theatre, with tickets now on.

Two brothers, Victor and Walter Franz, one a New York cop nearing retirement, the other a successful surgeon, meet for the first time in sixteen years to sell their family furniture stored in the attic of a condemned New York brownstone. Revelation follows stunning revelation as each brother realises the price they have paid for heart-breaking decisions made decades earlier. Overseeing the psychological battlefield is the wily veteran appraiser, Gregory Solomon, who has his own demons to conquer as well as securing the best possible price for the Franz family possessions. 

The play stars Brendan Coyle, David Suchet, Sara Stewart and Adrian Lukis, and runs at Wyndham's Theatre from until 27th April 2019. 

David Suchet is best-known for his iconic portrayal of Hercule Poirot in the ITV series of Agatha Christie's classic murder mystery novels. His on-stage career spans over 50 years, and most recently saw him star in Jamie Lloyd's Pinter at the Pinter season. 

Brendan Coyle won the Olivier Award for best actor in a supporting role when he appeared in Conor McPherson's The Weir in 1999. He is also known for his screen appearances in Lark Rise to Candleford and Downton Abbey.

The Price tickets are available now.  

Previews from |
5th February 2019
Opening date |
11th February 2019
Booking from |
27th April 2019
Available until |
27th April 2019
Closes |
24th April 2019
Categories |
By:
Arthur Miller
Director:
Jonathan Church
Cast list:
David Suchet, Brendan Coyle, Sara Stewart, Adrian Lukis

Wyndham's Theatre Venue Information

Address:
Wyndham's Theatre, 32-36 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0DA
Nearest tube:
Leicester Square

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Our Review of The Price

4/5

London is in the midst of a mini-Arthur Miller season - this week will also see the opening of a new production of The American Clock at the Old Vic, directed by the American director Rachel Chavkin, while down the street at the Young Vic Marianne Elliott and Miranda Cromwell will co-direct Death of a Salesman in May. Read more

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