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Yellow background with the painted silhouette of the torso of a bull with large horns leaping from left to right across the canvas


by Mike Bartlett
Direction Clare Lizzimore
A Supporting Wall / Young Vic co-production

Originally produced by Sheffield Theatres

Mon - Sat 8pm (except 1 Jan)
Weds & Sat matinees 3pm (except 30 Dec)
Additional 3pm matinees on Tue 29 Dec & Thu 31 Dec 

Running time: 55 mins

Please note that this production has now closed

The Maria


“A thrilling, riveting production"
The Times


“Sparks fly in Clare Lizzimore’s stunning production” 
Time Out 


“Absorbing and amusing” 
Evening Standard 


“Brilliant, unflinching and very funny” 
Financial Times 

Daily Telegraph, The Guardian

A razor-sharp play that walks the fine line between office politics and playground bullying. Bull offers ringside seats as three employees fight to keep their jobs. 

Following a sold-out run and an Olivier Award, Clare Lizzimore’s riveting production of Mike Bartlett’s exhilarating play returns for a limited run.

Click here to see what audiences have been saying about the show so far. 

Direction Clare Lizzimore

Design Soutra Gilmour

Light Peter Mumford

Sound Christopher Shutt

Associate Director Jessica Edwards

Max Bennett, Susannah Fielding, Nigel Lindsay, Marc Wootton

Marc Wootton tells What's On Stage about his character, Thomas, and the thrill of theatre 

Brutal Bull lulls its audience into a false sense of security. Actor Nigel Lindsay talks to Art Info

Marc Wootton talks to Just Opened London about the universality of Mike Bartlett's Bull

Bull in's December Culture Guide: the must-see list for the festive season

“It’s kind of a bleak view of the world, but I don’t think it’s an untruthful one”. Mike Bartlett on Bull Exeunt Magazine

Clare Lizzimore takes the Bull by its horns - A Younger Theatre

Man of the theatre: playwright Mike Bartlett talks to the Evening Standard about Bull