By MIKE BARTLETT
Directed By RUPERT GOOLD
This is our little piece of the world, and we’re allowed to do with it, exactly as we like. Yes?
In the ruins of a garden in rural England.
In a house which was once a home.
A woman searches for seeds of hope.
Following a sell-out run in 2017, The Telegraph’s "Play of the Year" returns to the Almeida for just 30 performances.
Mike Bartlett’s (King Charles III) “richly layered” (The Guardian) state-of-the-nation play is directed by Almeida Artistic Director Rupert Goold (Ink, The Hunt).
Victoria Hamilton (The Crown) reprises her “extraordinary” (The Times) performance, for which she won Best Actress at the 2018 Critics’ Circle Awards.
“DEEPLY ABSORBING. VICTORIA HAMILTON IS GLORIOUS”
“THE PLAY THAT BRITAIN NEEDS RIGHT NOW”
Previews Mon 3 Feb – Tue 4 Feb
Press Night 7pm Wed 5 Feb
Wed matinees 2.30pm from 12 Feb
Sat matinees 2.30pm from 8 Feb
3 Feb – 4 Feb
£34, £29, £20, £10
6 Feb – 28 Feb
£42.50, £34, £20, £10
Mon 17 Feb
Post-show talk with members of the Albion company. Free to same-day ticket holders.
Tue 18 Feb 7.30pm
£5 Captioned tickets available to those aged 25 and under on sale Fri 13 Dec.
Book by calling Box Office on 020 7359 4404.
Audio Described performance
Sat 22 Feb 2.30pm
(Touch Tour 12.45pm)
£5 Audio Described tickets available to those aged 25 and under on sale Fri 13 Dec.
Book by calling Box Office on 020 7359 4404.
Mon 3 Feb – Thu 6 Feb (except 5 Feb)
If you live or work in the Islington area you can book best available seats for £25 for the opening performances, subject to availability.
Enter the promo code ISFIRST at the top of the seating plan screen before selecting your seats. For applicable postcodes see here.
Customers claiming Jobseeker's Allowance and students can book second-price band tickets for £25 on Monday - Thursday evenings and Wednesday and Saturday matinees. Concessions tickets are also applicable for first-price band tickets on Wednesday and Saturday matinees*.
Concessions tickets are subject to availability and not available in the final week of performances. For more information click here.
Customers who are 65 and over can book second-price-band tickets* for £25 on Monday - Thursday evenings & Wednesday & Saturday matinees. Over 65s tickets are also applicable for first-price band tickets on Wednesday and Saturday matinees. For more information click here.
Customers aged 30 or under can book second-price-band tickets for £15 on Monday - Thursday evenings and Wednesday & Saturday matinees*.
Deaf and disabled patrons and a companion can buy tickets for £25 for all performances by calling the Box Office on 020 7359 4404.
*Concessions are subject to availability and proof of eligibility is required. Concessions in the final week of performances are only valid for Deaf and disabled bookings
25 and under
£5 tickets will be available to those age 25 and under for performances on Mon 3 Feb, Tue 4 Feb, Mon 10 Feb, Tue 11 Feb, Mon 17 Feb & Tue 18 Feb. Enter the promo code 25UNDER to access. Tickets go on sale Fri 13 Dec. For more information click here.
For the Almeida: Albion; The Doctor’s Dilemma.
Theatre includes: Love, Love, Love (Royal Court); Twelfth Night (Donmar Warehouse/West End); Once in a Lifetime; Summerfolk; Money (National Theatre); Suddenly Last Summer (Donmar Warehouse/UK Tour); A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (Roundabout Theatre, New York/West End); Sweet Panic; Home & Beauty; The Master Builder (West End); The Country Wife; As You Like It (Crucible Theatre, Sheffield); King Lear; The Provoked Wife; The Seagull (Old Vic); Troilus and Cressida; As You Like It (RSC); Retreat; Memorandum (Orange Tree Theatre).
Television includes: Cobra; Deep State; Urban Myths – The Trial of Joan Collins; The Crown; Doctor Foster; Our Ex-Wife; The Circuit; Call the Midwife Christmas Special; The Game; What Remains; Toast; Larkrise to Candleford; Time of Your Life; Trial & Retribution; Wide Sargasso Sea; The Shell Seekers; A Very Social Secretary; Jericho; Spine Chillers; To the Ends of the Earth; The Brontes; Goodbye Mr Chips; Baby Father - I & II; Victoria & Albert; The Savages; King Lear; The Merchant of Venice; Persuasion; Pride and Prejudice.
Film includes: French; Scoop; Before You GoMansfield Park
Victoria won the Evening Standard best actress award for Suddenly Last Summer and was nominated for a Tony award for Joe Egg.
Running time TBC. Find out more about our running times here.
Please note there is no level access in the stalls for Albion. Audiences sitting in Stalls Right will need to enter the auditorium by the outside doors which includes using stairs. If you have any questions please contact the Box Office on 020 7359 4404.
This production includes strobe lighting. Read more about our production guidance and warnings or contact Box Office if you have specific concerns.
By Mike Bartlett
Direction Rupert Goold
Design Miriam Buether
Light Neil Austin
Sound Gregory Clarke
Movement Director Rebecca Frecknall
Resident Director Tom Brennan