After 36 years on the road, Willy Loman, a once successful travelling salesman, is on the brink of unemployment, can’t pay his bills and has long ago lost the respect of his wife Linda, his family and friends. When their dropout son Biff moves home again, Willy decides to give success one last shot. Can he prove to everyone he’s got what it takes?
Widely considered to be one of the greatest plays of the twentieth century, Death of a Salesman is about the cost of not being able to let go of the American Dream. Directed by Abigail Graham, this major touring revival of Arthur Miller’s Pulitzer Prize winning masterpiece sees Olivier nominee Nicholas Woodeson (The Audience, The Homecoming, Rocket to the Moon) play the iconic central role of Willy Loman.
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Please note that due to the death of Tim Pigott-Smith OBE, this production has been recast. The performances on Tuesday 2 and Wednesday 3 May have been cancelled, all ticket holders will be contacted directly. All other tickets remain valid.
2 hours 55 minutes, including a 20 minute interval
Thursday - Saturday, 7.45pm
and Saturday, 2.30pm: £18 / £28 / £33 / £38*
Thursday, 2.30pm: £18 / £23 / £28 / £33*
*All ticket prices include a £3 per-ticket booking fee.
Nicholas Woodeson (Willy Loman)
Recent theatre credits include: Harold Wilson in The Audience (West End); Malvolio in Twelfth Night (Everyman Theatre, Liverpool); Max in The Homecoming (RSC) and Mr Prince in Rocket To The Moon (National Theatre). Television and Film credits include: Skyfall, Mr Turner and The Danish Girl.