Exclusive tickets to a gripping piece of theatre directed by Stephen Daldry
What is it?
It’s your chance to see the West End transfer of a ‘monumental and transcendent’ play we gave four stars in our glowing review of its Young Vic run.
Because this captivating play is a must-see. During its sold-out run at the Young Vic, pretty much all the critics in the business went bonkers for it – not least those from Time Out, who described it as ‘a monumental achievement’ and with a plot that’s ‘gripping: shimmering with excellent jokes’. There’s serious pedigree here too, with the whole thing directed by Stephen Daldry – a multi-Olivier award winner and director of ‘Billy Elliot’, ‘The Hours’ and Netflix smash, ‘The Crown’. The play comes in two parts (hey, that’s even more bang for your buck), and tells the story of the relationship between the generation of gay men laid waste by Aids and the generation that followed. But if that’s not quite enough to get your teeth into? It’s also an adaptation (of sorts…) of EM Forster’s ‘Howards End’. An important, fascinating and timely play.Need to know: This is valid for one ticket to 'The Inheritance' at Noel Coward Theatre'. Tickets are allocated by the box office and not Time Out. Please select your preferred option at checkout. Please note your voucher is only valid for the selected option. Please print your vouchers and take them with you to the venue box office on the evening of the performance and exchange them for your tickets. This voucher cannot be cancelled, refunded, exchanged or used in conjunction with any other offer.