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The Inheritance Part 2

The Inheritance is a two-part play and is intended to be seen sequentially. However, each part constitutes a complete theatre-going experience on its own.

Winner of 'Best Play' at the Evening Standard Awards 2018, The Inheritance is the play that has taken London's West End by storm. Following a critically-acclaimed run at London’s Young Vic, Matthew Lopez’s play The Inheritance is transferring to London's Noel Coward Theatre from September 2018, for just fifteen weeks.
Directed by multi Olivier Award winner Stephen Daldry, this “monumental and transcendent” (Time Out) production questions how much we owe to those who lived and loved before us. You can read our review of The Inheritance here.

What Is The Inheritance About?

A tale that spans generations and links lives, The Inheritance asks what it’s like to be a young gay man living in New York a generation after the peak of the AIDs crisis. This “remarkably involving production” (Independent) from director Stephen Daldry explores the legacy left by previous generations and the debt we owe to the future – and to each other.
“An exquisitely truthful and funny modern classic” (Telegraph), The Inheritance is a brilliant take on E.M. Forster’s classic novel Howard’s End that sets the tale in our modern world and tells it through the eyes of a group of young, ambitious New Yorkers. By equal turns hilarious, turbulent, and profound, it’s an unmissable theatrical experience.

Book your tickets for The Inheritance at the Noel Coward Theatre in London today!

★★★★★ “Perhaps the most important American play of the century” - The Telegraph
★★★★★ “Witty, outrageous and piercingly vivid.” - Evening Standard
★★★★★ “An extraordinary epic event” - Sunday Times

Access Information

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Address

85-88 St Martins Lane London WC2N 4AU

Cancellation Policy

No refunds after purchase.

Duration

The running time of THE INHERITANCE PART 2 is 3 hours 20 mins, with 1 interval and a 5 minute pause. 

Good To Know

The Inheritance is a two-part play and is intended to be seen sequentially. However, each part constitutes a complete theatre-going experience on its own.

How Does It Work

You will receive a confirmation email.

Please print the confirmation and bring it on the day, a minimum of 30 minutes before the performance start time. You will also need to present the card used to purchase the tickets as valid ID.

 

Suitable For Children

Recommended Age: 14+

Children are welcome at all Delfont Mackintosh Theatres, but this may be subject to individual production age restrictions due to content. If any age restrictions for productions apply we shall advise you prior to the performance.

All persons aged under 16 must be accompanied and sat next to the accompanying adult. They may not sit on their own within the auditorium. If children do have separate seats, entry could be refused.

All patrons, regardless of age, must present a valid ticket to gain entry to the theatre. Please ensure that any children or infants for whom you are responsible also have a valid ticket. Your child should be able to sit unaided within the purchased seat. We do not allow children to be seated on an adult’s lap or babes in arms. 

When Can I Go

Friday 21 September 2018 - Saturday 5 January 2019 

Monday - Saturday: 7.15pm

Wednesday & Saturday (& Thursday 27th December): 1.15pm

Where Do I Go

85-88 St Martin's Ln, London WC2N 4AP

Tube Leicester Square (approx. 100m)

Train Charring Cross (approx.  200m)

 

Noel Coward Theatre

85-88 St Martins Lane London WC2N 4AU

Latest customer reviews

  • Remarkable

    5 February 2019

    I said it before and I will say it again: please go and watch it. Whoever you are, wherever you’re from, whatever gender you’re identifying as, whoever you love: this play is life changing in many ways.

    Danara Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Amazing

    12 January 2019

    As a gay man of a certain age I can relate to this play so much , being around before HIV and AIDS reared its ugly head . I watched many a young man arrive on the scene and go down hill and die . This play brings it all back and puts it in perspective, well written and very well acted by all concerned, I have to admit I shed a tear or two.

    Dennis Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Tooooo long

    12 January 2019

    Loved the beginning of the Part 2, sharp, dynamic and well written and acted. However, by the second and third acts, the play needed skilful editing to keep me engaged, The ending could have had more impact, but by then it felt like torture as the conclusion of the entire piece was obvious and sooooo drawn out .

    AIDS survivor and loving life ! Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Bit different

    10 January 2019

    You have to see part one to fully understand part two. Really enjoyed it but wasn’t sure why the story really needed Mrs Avery. And her accent was awful!

    Patricia Taylor Confirmed ticket purchaser

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