Death of a Salesman

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Death of a Salesman

Adapted from Arthur Miller’s famous play of the same name, Death of a Salesman is coming to the Piccadilly Theatre this October. The production enjoyed a vastly successful run in the Young Vic Theatre with sold-out shows. Its popularity is expected to continue when it lands in the London theatre as well. Sharon D. Clarke stars in the play and is one of the main attractions of Death of a Salesman London.

Meet the cast

Apart from Clarke, Wendell Pierce also reprises his role in the production after its transfer to Piccadilly. Even though the rest of the cast remain unconfirmed at this time, all other actors are also expected to return following the huge success of the play. Wendell Pierce, a renowned television and theatre actor, portrays the titular role of the aged salesman.

He has previously starred in shows such as The Wire and Suits. Although possessing immense experience on stage, this production marked his debut in UK theatre. Therefore, the Death of a Salesman London transfer is his debut at the West End.

Sharon Clarke is a well-known face as well. She reprises her role in the play as Linda Loman. The Olivier Award recipient is extremely talented and possesses immense acting experience as well. Directors Miranda Cromwell and Marianne Elliott perform a wonderful job in adapting the play for the stage, leading to its immense connection with the audience.

The engaging plot

Death of a Salesman deals with the life of an ageing salesman and his family trying to achieve the ever-elusive American Dream. This particular adaptation focuses on nuances through the eyes of the African-American salesman.

Arthur Miller won the Pulitzer Prize for the play along with a Tony Award, making it his most read and discussed work ever. Previous revivals of the story have managed to win prestigious awards as well. Death of a Salesman London is expected to draw accolades as well.

Take a look before you book

You can catch shows of the play at Piccadilly Theatre starting October 23, 2019. The run ends on January 4, 2020. To snatch up the best seats in the house, book early. Remember that the theatre has a strict policy against outside food within the venue. You can, however, enjoy a pleasant drink at one of the bars in the property. The Piano Bar serves impressive cocktails, while the Tanqueray Gin Bar offers a choice selection of your favourite gin. Both of these hunts are open before curtains up, so make sure to grab your drinks.

Online tickets for the play are now available. Once you book, you should receive a voucher through your email. Save it on your mobile device or take a print out. Carry this along with a valid photo identification to access the theatre with ease on the day of the booking. Cancellation or otherwise amendment is restricted. Those failing to reach the venue on time, forfeit the right to the entrance. Seeking a refund is impossible for these tickets.