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This House Theatre Breaks – Photo by Johan Persson
There’ll be political unrest in Westminster as James Graham’s critically acclaimed political drama This House makes its West End debut at the Garrick Theatre.
Following two sold out runs at the National Theatre, This House transport audiences back to 1974 and the politically turbulent times which saw a hung parliament governing the United Kingdom trying to navigate itself through a economic crises.
Votes in the House of Commons are won or lost by the narrowest of margins and fist fights in parliamentary bars are abound. Even sick MPs are forced through the lobby to register their all important vote.
5 Stars A quirky approach to an extraordinary period of political history Daily Express
5 Stars Funny, touching and cliff-hangingly suspenseful Daily Telegraph
4 stars A funny and moving political epic. Another hit is born The Times
Directed by Headlong Theatre’s Jeremy Herrin, whose recent success People, Places and Things earned it’s lead Denise Gough an Olivier award this year, the secrets of Parliament are revealed in Graham’s provocative play.
This House Theatre Breaks are at the Garrick Theatre just by London’s famous Leicester Square – a great venue for a London theatre break as it is right in the heart of the West End, just minutes from Covent Garden, Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus.
Ticket and hotel packages for This House Theatre Breaks are available from 19th November 2016 to 25th February 2017. If you are looking for hotels close by then there is the Radisson Edwardian Leicester Square or the 3 star St Giles Hotel. The 4 star Strand Palace Hotel is not far too and of course there is always the 5 star Savoy!
This House Theatre Breaks Information File
Theatre : Garrick theatre, Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0HH
Genre : Comedy
Nearest underground : Leicester Square on the Northern & Piccadilly lines
Opened : 30th November 2016
Booking to : 25th February 2017 – NO LONGER BOOKING
Performance times : Monday to Saturday at 1930; Wednesday & Saturday at 1430
This House Theatre Breaks Reviews
Check out our review of the opening night of This House