“This is the most thrilling and crucial play in London” - The Guardian. Oliver Award-winning Joe Penhall takes a razor-sharp look at race and mental health.
Tackling the urgent issue of FGM in Britain, Charlene James’ devastating new play reveals the price some girls pay to become a woman.
A group of Syrian women, now refugees exiled in Jordan, create an extraordinary modern retelling of Euripides’ Trojan Women.
Four true refugees stories are drawn together into a heartbreaking tale of the pursuit of freedom. Taking Part at the Young Vic presents this extraordinarily beautiful new play.
Director Simon Stone creates a contemporary version of Lorca's masterpiece about a young woman desperate to become a mother.
Master of transformation Kathryn Hunter brings to life an extraordinary fable of corruption and power.
Conor McPherson's lyrical new version of the riveting German classic about isolation and individualism, directed by Ian Rickson.
Sex, money and power collide in debbie tucker green's dark comedy for three women. Directed by Bryony Shanahan, winner of a 2016 Genesis Future Directors Award.
The true story of one refugee’s epic quest across Africa, brought to life with roof-lifting music by world-renowned Isango Ensemble.
Misadventures abound in this classic Broadway comedy set in 1930s Hollywood directed by the brilliant Richard Jones.
Hilarious, touching and utterly bonkers – Mark Lockyer returns to the Young Vic to share his gripping story of an actor living life on the edge.
Benedict Andrews' award-winning production of Tennessee Williams’ finest play transfers to New York for a strictly limited run.