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Lyric Hammersmith Tickets on Sale for 2019 – 2020 Season

Noises Off at the Lyric Hammersmith. Top - bottom Lloyd Owen, Meera Syal, Daniel Rigby. Photo by Johan Persson
Noises Off at the Lyric Hammersmith. Top – bottom Lloyd Owen, Meera Syal, Daniel Rigby. Photo by Johan Persson.

Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and other love songs)
Kneehigh are wildly excited to be returning to the Lyric with their trail-blazing and much celebrated theatrical tour-de-force Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and other love songs).

Mayor Goodman has been assassinated. Contract killer Macheath has just married Pretty Polly Peachum and Mr and Mrs Peachum aren’t happy. Not one bit.

Based on the Beggar’s Opera, John Gay‘s classic musical satire, Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and other love songs) is busting with wit, wonder and weirdness. Kneehigh”s extraordinary cast of actor musicians shoot, hoot and shimmy their way through this twisted morality tale of our times.
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21 May – 15 June 2019

Booking Period: 7 September – 5 October 2019
Niru, is a young Bengali woman in a mixed-race marriage with an English colonial bureaucrat – Tom.
Tom loves Niru, exoticising her as a frivolous plaything to be admired and kept. But Niru has a long-kept secret. And just as she thinks she is almost free of it, it threatens to bring her life crashing down around her.
Tanika Gupta reimagines Ibsen’s classic play of gender politics through the lens of British colonialism, offering a bold, female perspective exploring themes of ownership and race.

Rachel O’Riordan makes her directorial debut as Artistic Director of the Lyric, in a production that gives new urgency to the forces that drive our heroine to choose between society’s expectations and her own identity.

Booking Period: 10 October ‐ 2 November 2019
On a space station orbiting Solaris, three scientists have made contact with a new planet.

Sent from earth to investigate reports of abnormal activity on-board, Kris Kelvin arrives to find one crew member dead and two who are seeing things that cannot be explained.

When her dead lover appears to her, it seems she too has fallen victim to the mystery of this strange planet. Should she return to reality, or is this her chance to turn back time?

Have the crew been studying Solaris – or has it been studying them?
This psychological thriller asks who we are when we’re forced to confront our deepest fears.
David Greig adapts Stanisław Lem’s cult science fiction novel for the stage. Our international co-production arrives at the Lyric direct from The Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh and Melbourne, Australia.

Booking Period: 16 November 2019 ‐ 5 January 2020
Polish your glass slippers, dust off your carriage and join us as the clock strikes midnight for the Fairy Godmother of pantomimes, Cinderella.

Expect the usual Lyric twist on Wicked Stepmothers, Ugly Stepsisters, pumpkins, mice and more.

You shall go to the ball with this festive fairy tale treat. Word has it that if you leave it too late to book, you might turn into a pumpkin…

Booking Period: 5 March ‐ 4 April 2020
It’s 1967. The Beatles are performing All You Need Is Love on global TV for the very first time. Kenneth and Sandra meet.

Love, Love, Love, charts one couple’s journey forty years from the era of free love to the beginning of the 21st Century. Smoking, drinking, affectionate and paranoid, Kenneth and Sandra build their life and family together in a time of increasing national prosperity, when the future is always better than the past.

Now they’re retired and their children grown, but why hasn’t it all worked out the way they thought?
What happens when the children you think you’ve done everything for, believe you haven’t done enough?
A family go to war over their personal politics in Mike Bartlett’s funny and scathing look at the opposing values of two very different generations.

Rachel O’Riordan directs a major revival of this award-winning play that feels more relevant than ever.

Booking Period: 18 April – 16 May 2020
The war has ended. Antigone, daughter of Oedipus, learns her brothers are dead.
Forced onto opposing sides, they have killed each other in battle.
When Creon, King of Thebes, grants the honour of a burial to one but not the other, Antigone and her sister must choose where their loyalties lie.

This epic tale of humanity versus leadership centres on a young woman with the courage to defend her beliefs – whatever the cost.

Roy Alexander Weise directs Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney’s bold translation of Sophocles’ Antigone, in a large scale production featuring a chorus of young performers from the Lyric Ensemble.

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