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Andrew Scott in Three Kings at the Old Vic.

The Old Vic announces new dates for Three Kings with more tickets released

First Published 19 August 2020, Last Updated 20 August 2020

The Old Vic today announced that the world premiere of Three Kings will now be live-streamed straight to your homes from Thursday 3 – Saturday 5 September, with more tickets now available.

The new play by Stephen Beresford (The Last of the Haussmans, Pride), written for Andrew Scott and directed by Old Vic artistic director, Matthew Warchus, forms part of the Old Vic: In Camera series. 

Starring Andrew Scott (Sherlock and Fleabag), the play was originally scheduled to run live from the Old Vic stage to an empty auditorium and live-streamed to households for five performances at the end of July but was delayed twice due to the star’s continued recovery from a minor surgical procedure.

The latest announcement means the production is all set to go! We can’t wait to tune in to this hilarious and heartbreaking play about fathers and sons, the gifts and burdens of inheritance, and the unfathomable puzzle of human relationships.

If you have a ticket for Old Vic: In Conversation, the venue will be in touch as soon as they can with details about the new date for this. You don’t need to do anything for now and your booking is safe.

And if you haven’t got tickets already but would like to, be sure to hit the button below to avoid missing out!


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