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Edward Albee's The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?

Damian Lewis and Sophie Okonedo return to the West End to star in the darkly comic masterpiece, Edward Albee’s The Goat, Or Who Is Sylvia?

Martin is at the pinnacle of life: he has a loving wife and son, a hugely successful career as an architect, and the commission of a lifetime, but when he embarks upon an improbable and impossible love affair from which there is no return, familial relationships begin to collapse.

Former Royal Court Artistic Director Ian Rickson directs this late classic that is full of Albee's characteristically sharp wit for a strictly limited season at the Theatre Royal Haymarket from 24 March 2017.

★★★★★‘Damian Lewis and Sophie Okonedo excel in Ian Rickson’s superb production’ – The Guardian

★★★★★ ‘Blazing brilliance. Unmissable’ – The Independent

Cancellation Policy

No refunds or exchanges after purchase

Suitable For Children

The play contains adult themes so is therefore not suitable for children under 14 years. Schools age guide 16+

Good To Know

*** Patrons in the Gallery should be aware that seating is on cushioned wooden benches Gallery - please note there are 65 steps up to this level.

Performance Times

24th March 2017 to 24th June 2017 (No Performances 29th May -3rd June)

Address

18 Suffolk Street, London, SW1Y 4HT

Duration

Please note there is no interval for this production - the duration of the show is 90 minutes.

Where Do I Go

Theatre Royal Haymarket, 18 Suffolk Street, London SW1Y 4HT. By Tube-Piccadilly Circus; Leicester Square or Charing Cross Tube Station

How Does It Work

You will receive a confirmation email. Please print this email and bring it with you and present to the Box Office. We recommend you arrive a minimum of 30 minutes before the show.

Theatre Royal Haymarket

18 Suffolk Street, London, SW1Y 4HT

Latest critic reviews

  • "Damian Lewis shines in Albee's bestial classic"

    The Guardian

  • "Assured and compelling revival of Albee’s magnificently murky late masterwork"

    The Stage

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