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Olivier Award winner Juliet Stevenson delivers “one of the performances of the year” (Evening Standard) in Robert Icke’s sold-out, five-star Almeida Theatre production, nominated for The Olivier for Best New Play and Best Actress.
Achieving an Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Director for Robert Icke and a Critic’s Circle Award for Best Actress for Juliet Stevenson at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards, this sensational production comes to Duke of York’s Theatre from 18 April.
First, do no harm.
An ordinary day, a girl is dying, a Priest arrives. Her doctor refuses him entry
In a divisive time, in a divided nation, a society takes sides.
The latest smash-hit by “Britain’s best director” (Telegraph), freely adapted from Arthur Schnitzler’s Professor Bernhardi, is "provocative, wonderfully upsetting" (Independent), "one of the peaks of the theatrical year" (Guardian), a "devastating play for today" (Financial Times).
18 April - 11 July 2020
Please note: this production has an age recommendation of 14+.
Good To Know
The Doctor includes the discussion of suicide and the description of suicide methods.
If you have been affected by any of the issues raised in this production, you can get free support 24 hours a day, 365 days a year from the Samaritans. Visit samaritans.org or call 116 123 for free.
Duke of York's Theatre, St Martin's Lane, London
Additional Details & FAQ
Suitable For Children
Age recommendation of 14+
No exchange, no refunds after purchase.
Where Do I Go
St Martin's Ln, Charing Cross, London WC2N 4BG