Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?
It’s '50s post-war London. Teddy girls mix with teddy boys and, as immigration booms, so does brutality, prejudice and a ruthless gang culture. The National Youth Theatre’s latest adaption brings you vendettas, violence and star-crossed lovers like you’ve never seen them before. Under the compelling direction of Kate Hewitt Britain’s best young talent return to the heart of London’s West End with this enduring Shakespearean tale following three critically acclaimed seasons. The Ambassadors Theatre opened in 1913 with a production of Panthea, a play by Monckton Hoffe which ran for only 15 nights. Over 100 years later the venue has established itself as one of the premier go-to destinations for theatre lovers in the capital. ★★★★★ – The Telegraph ★★★★☆ – Time Out ★★★★☆ – Evening Standard All ticket prices for Romeo And Juliet are inclusive of any booking fees: YPlan will not charge you any additional amounts for your tickets. When booking tickets, please make sure to book from one account at the same time if you want to be seated together; you will be allocated the best available seats in the selected seating area. For your comfort and security, you may be subject to additional checks on your visit to London theatres. Your patience and understanding is appreciated while these take place. Valid ID required for ticket collection. West End theatre ticket sales are final and bookings cannot be amended, exchanged or refunded (unless of course the performance is cancelled). All listed offers are subject to availability and can be withdrawn at any time.
"A rebuff to those who might doubt Shakespeare’s ability to resonate with today’s 'yoof'."