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The Glass Menagerie

Olivier and Tony Award-winner John Tiffany brings his highly acclaimed Broadway production of The Glass Menagerie to the West End in 2017.

Tennessee Williams’ intense and heart-rending look at family life tells the story of domineering mother and former Southern Belle Amanda Wingfield, her writer son Tom and her recluse daughter Laura. Desperate to find the withdrawn Laura a husband, Amanda cajoles her son into bringing home a gentleman caller.
Starring Broadway superstar Cherry Jones as Amanda, Michael Esper as Tom, Kate O’Flynn as Laura and Brian J. Smith as the much-anticipated gentleman caller, The Glass Menagerie comes to London with a sensational, multi-award-winning creative team. Lauded for its psychological detail, its emotional power and its stylish evocation of 1930s St Louis, critics have hailed Tiffany’s production of this classic American play, calling it ‘theatre magic’.

The Glass Menagerie runs at the Duke of York’s Theatre for just 13 weeks. This five-star production is not to be missed. Book your tickets today!

'John Tiffany's stunning production. Be prepared to have the breath knocked out of you' - New York Times

'John Tiffany conjures up theatrical magic' - The Daily Telegraph

'An acute, lacerating, tender look at a family that has gone wrong' - The Times 

'A triumphant take on Tennessee Williams. Packed with intense psychological detail.'- The Guardian 

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St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4BG

When Can I Go

13 Weeks Only - 26 January - 29 April 2017

Where Do I Go

Duke of York's Theatre, St Martin's Lane, London WC2N 4BG The nearest Tube stations are Leicester Square (Northern and Piccadilly lines) and Charing Cross (Bakerloo and Northern lines. Leicester Square: From the station head north up Charing Cross Road and take the first right onto Long Acre. When the road intersects with Upper St. Martin's Lane turn left. The theatre is a two minute walk away down the road. Charing Cross: See the directions in the 'Train' section above. BUS There are plenty of buses operating in this area. For the Strand take buses: 6, 9, 11, 15, 23, 91 and 139. For Charing Cross take the 24, 29, 47, 176.

How Does It Work

You will receive a confirmation email with a voucher attached. Please print this voucher and present it to the box office staff on the day of the show. We recommend you arrive a minimum of 30 minutes before the show to collect your tickets and settle into your seats.

Duke of York's Theatre

St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4BG

Latest customer reviews

  • Worth the journey

    20 February 2017

    I travelled from Glasgow after seeing a review in the Times recommending the play. I thoroughly enjoyed it and all the actors were equally good. I love Tennessee Williams so I'm biased!

    Ruth Steven Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Good fun but sad realistic ending

    19 February 2017

    Playing to a packed matinee , the performance was excellent. Most annoying thing was neighbours on mobiles shining brightly!!! They should be confiscated and fined before being returned to owner! Most disruptive to the whole scene!

    Caroline Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • An old friend in a new light

    17 February 2017

    This is a revelationary production of Tennessee Williams beautiful memory play. I have seen gritty productions before which all the emphasis on Tom giving him great reasons for his decisions at the end of the play. Thanks to perceptive direction and outstanding acting this production is a tender and humane depiction of a Mother's desperate love for her children and her hopes for a positive future for them. Tom's motives for his actions become more ambiguous. His sister takes on a tragic hue. Her "Gentleman Caller" almost a genuinely sad character forgoing love for duty. What marvellous acting. What beautiful design. Highly recommended!

    simon S Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Dull

    17 February 2017

    The performance was too quiet. We could hear the train passing which spoilt the performance. I was in row K. Had I been any further back I would have been asleep. The venue was too big. The acting was good but too quiet. Very disappointing.

    Anne Confirmed ticket purchaser

Latest critic reviews

  • 9 November 2016

    "John Tiffany conjures up theatrical magic"

    The Daily Telegraph

  • 9 November 2016

    "An acute, lacerating, tender look at a family that has gone wrong"

    The Times

  • 9 November 2016

    "A triumphant take on Tennessee Williams. Packed with intense psychological detail."

    The Guardian

  • 28 October 2016

    "John Tiffany conjures up theatrical magic"

    The Daily Telegraph

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