It’s one of the must-see plays of 2019, so it’s no surprise it’s sold out. That is until now! Due to popular demand, Death Of A Salesman will be extended for an additional two weeks. The run will now end on Saturday 13 July with tickets starting at £10.
It was also announced that every Thursday at midday, a limited number of £10 ‘Rush’ Tickets will be released online for the following week’s performances. The scheme will begin from Thursday 2 May and will be limited to two tickets per customers, available online.
Arthur Miller’s iconic play has won three Tony Awards for Best Revival in its history. It centres on a travelling salesman, Willy, who struggles to rise above a life of mediocrity, and whose memories form the fulcrum of the story.
This production stars Suits star Wendell Pierce – who’s making his West End debut in the role of Willy – alongside Olivier Award-winner Sharon D Clarke and Olivier Award-nominee Arinzé Kene. Joining them will be Ian Bonar, Trevor Cooper, Martins Imhangbe, Joseph Mydell, Nenda Neurer, Jennifer Saayeng, Matthew Seadon-Young and Maggie Service.
The play – co-directed by Marianne Elliott and Miranda Cromwell – opens tonight. Tickets are available through the venue’s website.