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What to expect

This is the West End debut of one of the greatest actresses. Amy Adams stars in a memory play by Tennessee Williams, with the director Jeremy Herrin ('Wolf Hall', 'This House', and 'People, Places and Things'). Since John Tiffany's take on this play in 2017, there has been no London revival until today. Tennessee Williams' 1944 classic was a hit. The story takes place in Tom's recollections. In older plays, the role of Tom was played by the same actor, but in Herrin's version, Paul Hilton plays the older Tom, while Tom Glynn-Carney plays the younger Tom's part.

Book your tickets to watch Amy Adams and her sizzling performance in this new drama and brilliant production. Book your The Glass Menagerie tickets now.

About The Glass Menagerie

What is The Glass Menagerie?

The Glass Menagerie follows the story of Amanda Wingfield. After her husband leaves, Amanda's focus becomes her future comfort and security. She wants the best for her children, Laura and Tom. However, Amanda Wingfield's determination soon collides with her children's dreams. Tom feels trapped in St Louis, and Laura is forced by her mother to think about her future. This makes Amanda's relationship with her daughter fragile while crushing Laura's thin self-esteem. Amanda tries to find a husband for her daughter, and that crosses the fine line between dignity and desperation. The suffocating love of Amanda leaves both her children emotionally scarred.

The name of the play reflects Laura's life. A  glass menagerie is a group of small, glass animals.

It is the West End debut of Amy Adams, the six-time Academy Award-nominated actress. Jeremy Herrin directs the play. The Glass Menagerie will run at the Duke of York's Theatre. Herrin has been known to direct a lot of hits, with many awards both on Broadway and the West End. James Graham's 'This House' (National Theatre and West End) and 'People, Places, and Things' (National Theatre, West End, and New York) make up his impressive resume.

Lizzie Annis and Victor Alli are also part of the cast of this new production, with Paul Hilton and Tom Glynn-Carney. The Glass Menagerie, London, is going to make you fall in love with the cast and the creative team that has brought this performance to life. Book The Glass Menagerie tickets now.

What age is The Glass Menagerie suitable for?

The recommended age has not been confirmed yet.

How long is The Glass Menagerie?

The runtime is yet to be confirmed.

Who is in The Glass Menagerie cast?

Led by star Amy Adams, the stellar cast includes Paul Hilton (known for 'The Inheritance', 'A Very British Scandal', and 'Lady Macbeth') and Tom Glynn-Carney (known for 'Dunkirk' and 'The Ferryman'), and both play the character of Tom. Lizzie Annis and Victor Alli are the other cast members.

Amy is known for 'Catch Me If You Can', 'Doubt', and 'American Hustle'.

Who is the team behind The Glass Menagerie?

The team behind The Glass Menagerie is led by director Jeremy Herrin ('People, Places and Things', 'Wolf Hall' and 'This House'). The scenic design is by Vicki Mortimer, while the lighting design is by Paule Constable.

This is a show based on the classic by Tennessee Williams and is considered to be an unusual masterpiece. It is based on the author's own mother and his mentally fragile sister. It was the first memory play, and there are seven scenes.

What can I expect from The Glass Menagerie?

Watch as Amanda's love for her children becomes too much so that Tom feels suffocated in St Louis, while Laura loses her self-esteem, as her mother won't stop trying to find her a partner. Watch their relationship change throughout the show in London.

Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs

Where is The Glass Menagerie being performed in London?

The address of the venue is The Duke of York's Theatre, 104 St Martin's Lane, London WC2N 4BG. Book tickets now.

How do I get to the Duke of York's Theatre?

Take the A400 to St Martin's Lane for the Duke of York's Theatre in London.

The nearest tubes are on the Piccadilly and Northern lines.

The nearest train station is Charing Cross.

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Where can I park at the Duke of York's Theatre?

The nearest parking to the theatre is in Chinatown.

Where are the toilets at the Duke of York's Theatre?

There are toilets on all the levels of the stalls. Disabled toilets are found in the Royal Circle.

Is the Duke of York's Theatre accessible?

The main entrance is step-free. Level access is provided into the Royal Circle.

Where can I eat nearby?

Some popular restaurants nearby are La Roche, Chandos, The Den, and Fumo.

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