Death of England: The Plays Tickets at Soho Place London

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Times

Vary depending on performance

Duration

approx. 90 minutes

Age

TBC

Accessibility

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Location

Soho Place Theatre

Address
4 Soho Place
Charing Cross Road
London
W1D 3BG

About

Catch the exhilarating trilogy of state-of-the-nation plays, Death of England, performed together for the first time at Soho Place.

These three interconnected plays, which can be watched as a stand-alone experience or seen together, navigate the joys and challenges of what it means to be British in profoundly moving, funny, and deeply theatrical performances.

Dive into Roy Williams and Clint Dyer’s powerhouse plays starring an extraordinary cast including Thomas Coombes in Death of England: Michael, Paapa Essiedu in Death of England: Delroy and Erin Doherty and Sharon Duncan-Brewster in Death of England: Closing Time.

Death of England: Michael

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Follow Michael in a fearless play asking explosive and enduring questions about identity, race and class in Britain in Death of England: Michael.

Starring Thomas Coombes as Michael, best known for his roles in Netflix’s Baby Reindeer and Luther: The Fallen Sun, join a journey of a man in crisis. After the death of his dad, Michael is left in a state of heartbreak and confronted with the difficult truths of his father’s legacy and the country that shaped him.

Showing 15 Jul-28 Sep, the running time for Death of England: Michael is 90 minutes, with no interval.

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Death of England: Delroy

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Discover the story of a Black working class man searching for truth while confronting his relationship with Great Britain in Death of England: Delroy.

Starring Paapa Essiedu, known for his roles in I May Destroy You, Gangs of London and Macbeth, experience the emotional journey of Delroy as his life spirals out of control on one surreal day when his girlfriend Carly is about to give birth.

Showing 23 Jul-28 Sep, the running time for Death of England: Delroy is 90 minutes, with no interval.

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Death of England: Closing Time

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Prepare to be enthralled by the final, standalone chapter of the Death of England series, Closing Time, that explores family dynamics, race, colonialism and cancel culture.

Starring Erin Doherty, best known for her role in The Crown and Sharon Duncan-Brewster, known for her role in Dune, step into a thought-provoking drama following Denise and daughter-in-law Carly. Two women grieving the loss of the family shop after being left to pick up the pieces of their relatives’ mistakes.

Showing 22 Aug-28 Sep, the running time for Death of England: Closing Time is one hour and 50 minutes, with no interval.

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Which theatre is Death of England: The Plays playing in?

Death of England: The Plays is currently playing at Soho Place in London, on Charing Cross Road. 

How to get there: 

  • Underground - The nearest tube station is Tottenham Court Road (Central, Northern and Elizabeth lines). 
  • Bus - You can catch the following buses which stop nearby on Denmark Street: 14, 24, 29, 176, N19, N29, N38, N41 and N279. 
  • Cycling - Hire a Santander Cycles bike and head to Soho Place. Soho Square is the nearest Santander bike dock. 

What age are the plays suitable for?

The age recommendation for Death of England: The Plays is still to be confirmed.

The plays contain various special effects including strobe and flashing lights in addition to strong language and adult themes which may not be suitable for children, including references to slavery, racism, sexual abuse and drug and alcohol abuse.

What other shows can I watch in London?

See a classic murder mystery crafted by Agatha Christie with The Mousetrap showing at St Martins Theatre. Or follow a powerful tale of love from ancient Greek mythology brought to modern times with Hadestown at the Lyric Theatre.

Prices

Adult Ticket From £23.80 per ticket