Four millennials looking for sex, love and a well-located flat find themselves caught in a complex game of rivalry, desire and seduction. As the cost of happiness soars, how can they negotiate the new rules of modern relationships and win the game of love? Join them at the heart of the action as their games play out in a bespoke pop-up venue within The Vaults complex under Waterloo station.
The brilliant cast is Calum Callaghan (Black Mirror and Mr Selfridge), Evanna Lynch (Disco Pigs in the West End, Luna Lovegood in the Harry Potter films), Tessie Orange-Turner (Masterpieces at the Finborough and Casualty) and Billy Postlethwaite (Chernobyl on Sky Atlantic, The Madness of George III at Nottingham Playhouse).
The world premiere of this new comedy from Ryan Craig, whose previous work includes Filthy Business (Hampstead Theatre) and The Holy Rosenbergs (National Theatre), is directed by Anthony Banks, whose recent credits include The Girl On The Train (West End and UK tour) and Hogarth's Progress (Rose Kingston).
"Deliciously heated... a giddy carefreeness underpins this light-hearted new comedy about love in the internet age" The Guardian
★★★★★ ‘Incredibly well performed… outrageously hilarious’ London Theatre Reviews
★★★★ ‘Comical yet poignant… a fun, frolicsome feast’ Broadwayworld
Loved it because so different from normal viewing. The actors were vibrant and lively,perhaps because they were so close to the audience.
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Launcelot Street Waterloo London
No refunds or exchanges after booking.
Act 1: 50 minutes. Interval: 20 minutes. Act 2: 50 minutes.
Good To Know
Some Strong Language.
Suitable For Children
Recommended age 14+
When Can I Go
17th July to 25th August
Where Do I Go
BY UNDERGROUND TRAIN / FOOT
Exit Waterloo Station via Exit Two onto Waterloo Road (there should be a Sainsbury's opposite). Turn right and walk towards The Old Vic. Turn right onto Bayliss Road. Take the second right on to Lower Marsh. Continue straight for 100m and turn right (after Greggs) onto Launcelot Street on your right hand side. Walk straight ahead, The Vaults Theatre is on your left hand side.