A new staging of Arthur Miller's parable following the atrocities of the Salem witch trials.
Raised to be seen and not heard, a group of young women suddenly find that their words and deeds hold tremendous power as witch hunts begin in Salem, Massachusetts.
As mass hysteria spreads throughout the community, personal vendettas fuel accusations of bewitching children.
Lyndsey Turner ('A Number') directs this new staging of Arthur Miller's seminal work.
Starring Erin Doherty ('The Crown'), with set design by the Olivier and Tony Award-winning Es Devlin.
Jack Holden's Olivier Award-nominated play exploring queer culture in the 1980s returns to the West End.
The eighth story in the Harry Potter series told in an epic 2-part play. Winner of 9 Olivier Awards.
Chichester Festival Theatre’s critically acclaimed production transfers to Sadler's Wells.