A powerful drama which follows a fraught interracial relationship.
Written by award-winning playwright Stephen Laughton as his response to modern day overt anti-Semitism. The play explores family, racial discrimination and identity.
Impassioned and absorbing...It packs a lot of power and truth into its 90 minutes. Engrossing stuff.
In an era where antisemitism is on the rise and the far-right is in the ascendant, ‘One Jewish Boy’ feels like smart and necessary viewing.
Though some of the scenes of their arguments drag on for too long, Sarah Meadows’ production is tenderly performed.
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.