See Arthur Miller’s groundbreaking drama about the Great Depression
What is it?
Up to 69% off tickets to the revival of an epic play on the frailties of capitalism.
Arthur Miller’s ‘The American Clock’ takes us back to America in 1929, just as the Wall Street stock market crashes – reaping havoc nationwide. The plot traces the lives of the Baum family as they attempt to navigate the aftermath of one of the worst financial calamities on record.
Director Rachel Chavkin has been known for some of the boldest theatre hits of the past few years: like the National Theatre’s ‘Hadestown’ and Broadway musical ‘Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812’. In what is set to be a terrific revival, Chavkin will be using a soundtrack fusing jazz and swing with a contemporary sound to help narrate the story of a family in despair, setting their personal struggles in the broader context of a national crisis.
‘The American Clock’ is part of an Arthur Miller double-bill at The Old Vic and stars Clarke Peters (‘The Wire’, ‘Notting Hill’, ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’, ‘Five Guys Named Moe’). Don’t miss this new production – our tickets save you up to 69%.
Need to know:
- This is valid for one ticket to ‘The American Clock’ at The Old Vic.
- Please present your voucher at the box office on arrival.
- Tickets can only be collected from 12pm for matinees, and from 6pm for evening performances.
- Band C tickets had a face value of £65, £35 and £20, you will be allocated the best available.
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- Tickets are allocated by the box office and not by Time Out.
- Customers purchasing multiple tickets in the same transaction under the same name will be sat together.
- This booking cannot be cancelled, refunded, exchanged or used in conjunction with any other offer.