A 1927 / Young Vic production
Created by 1927
14 Whitehall, London SW1A 2DY
“Funny, unsettling and unforgettable”
“Groundbreaking with strokes of genius”
“Unlike anything you will have experienced before - 1927 is officially the sexiest theatre company in town”
"Delightful and deliciously sly"
“It's Kafka meets Little Shop of Horrors”
“Brilliant and endlessly inventive”
The Arts Desk
"The ingenious 1927 mingle live performance, animation and film to disconcerting effect"
"Golem is the most original production in London"
“A cracked, exaggerated, funhouse mirror reflection of our world that you could stare into for days”
Direct from a sensational season at the Young Vic, Golem, created by 1927 transfers to the West End for a strictly limited time this April.
This ground-breaking production is ‘Funny, unsettling, unforgettable’ (Times) and ‘the most original production in London’ (Sunday Express). Golem is brought to you by the creative minds behind the smash-hit The Animals and Children took to the Streets.
With stunningly original animation, entrancing music and live performance, Golem explores one of the great questions of the modern world - do we control technology, or does it control us?
Performances will take place at Trafalgar Studios.
Monday - Saturday: 8pm (performance on 22 April will begin at 7pm)
Thursday & Saturday matinees: 2.30pm
Running time: 90 mins
Tickets: £59.50, £45, £20
Day Seats: £10 (available in person from Trafalgar Studios on the day)
Designer Paul Barritt talks about the inspirations behind his award-winning designs for Golem - Official London Theatre
1927's associate artistic director Esme Appleton discusses collaboration, animation and the paradox of technology - Culture Whisper
An exclusive clip from 1927's jaw-dropping show - The Guardian
"1927 is officially the sexiest theatre company in town" - Evening Standard's 5 star review of Golem
"Golem, the clay man with a message to subvert our Christmas tech-fest" - The Observer interview Suzanne Andrade
"Groundbreaking with strokes of genius" - The Telegraph review Golem
Golem picked as Time Out's number one best theatre show this Christmas
Golem: inside the weird and wonderful new production from theatre group 1927 - The Telegraph
Directed & written by Suzanne Andrade
Film, Animation & Design Paul Barritt
Music Lillian Henley
Associate Direction & Design Esme Appleton
Sound Design Laurence Owen
Costume Design Sarah Munro
Associate Animation Derek Andrade
Dramaturgy Ben Francombe
Drums & Percussion Will Close