Long Day's Journey Into Night
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Long Day's Journey Into Night Tickets

  • David Suchet, (‘a force to be reckond with’ Georgina Brown, Mail on Sunday)  returns to the West End in Eugene O’Neill’s Pulitzer prize-winning masterpiece, Long Day’s Journey into Night, one of the greatest American plays written in the 20th century. The critically acclaimed 5 star production runs for a limited season at the Apollo Theatre.‘The play sends you out of the theatre uplifted - glowing performances by David Suchet and Laurie Metcalf’ Michael Billington, The Guardian.

    Directed by Anthony Page with designs by Lez Brotherston. ‘A masterly production of a masterpiece – the dramatic rewards are enormous’ Charles Spencer, Daily Telegraph

    Set in 1912, the play is a riveting view of the life of James Tyrone (David Suchet), Mary Tyrone (Laurie Metcalf) and their sons, Jamie (Trevor White) and Edmund (Kyle Soller) during one fateful summer’s day. ‘A remarkable evening with moments of marvellous humour - shockingly good’ Libby Purves, The Times

    Intense and passionate, ‘This beautifully acted revival sends you into the night elated’ Caroline McGinn, Time Out.

    Please note that all evening performances begin strictly at 7pm. There will also be matinee performances on Wednesday at 2.30pm from 2nd May - 18th August.


    This venue does not supply childrens booster cushions. Please consider this when preparing for your theatre experience with small children at this venue.

  • Apollo Theatre

    Shaftesbury Avenue,
    London,
    W1D 7ES

  • Full Seating Plan
    Apollo Theatre Seating Plan
  • 5 STARS Telegraph

    5 STARS Time Out

    5 STARS The Arts Desk

    4 STARS Guardian

    4 STARS Times

    4 STARS Evening Standard

    4 STARS Whatsonstage.com  

     

    A masterly production of a masterpiece – The dramatic rewards are enormous. Charles Spencer, Telegraph

     

    The play sends you out of the theatre uplifted - Glowing performances by David Suchet and Laurie Metcalf. Michael Billington, The Guardian

     

    Laurie Metcalf is…a revelation. Michael Billington, The Guardian

     

    A remarkable evening with moments of marvellous humour - Shockingly good. Libby Purves, The Times

     

    This beautifully acted revival sends you into the night elated. Caroline McGinn, Time Out

     

    A triumphant evening. Michael Coveney, whatsonstage.com

    ‘Gripping and humorous – See It’ Kate Bassett, Independent On Sunday 

     

    ‘Astonishing performances…You are left exhilarated and enriched’  Georgina Brown. Mail on Sunday

     

    ‘A mighty work – a straight-from-the-heart punch and a deal of comic irony’ Susannah Clapp, The Observer

     

    ‘David Suchet is a force to be reckoned with’ Georgina Brown, Mail on Sunday

     

    ‘One of the greatest stage performances you will see this year’ Christopher Hart, Sunday Times

     

    ‘A production that raises the game of the London’s West End’ Mark Shenton, Sunday Express