HAMPSTEAD DOWNSTAIRS/CELIA ATKIN PRESENT
By ROY WILLIAMS
Directed by DENIS LAWSON
Running time: 1 hour 35 minutes without interval
£5 - £12 (See ticket information)
I can’t get out of bed without groaning or feel summin inside of me is creaking… We’re too old for this shit
2 - 2 Dec 2017
£5 - £12
Box Office: 020 7722 9301
In a pub in South London ‘The Firm’ reunite for the first time in twelve years. Back in their misspent youth they were a notorious criminal gang; these days they’re older, wiser, and their lives have changed beyond recognition. But when an uninvited guest turns up to the party with an intriguing proposition and an explosive secret it’s clear they might be tempted to try their hands at one last job. Will they escape their past unscathed?
Roy Williams’ gripping new play is a tale of growing up, lifelong loyalties and how sometimes, it is possible to choose your own family.
Multi-award winning playwright Roy Williams returns following Wildefire on the Main Stage in 2014. His other theatre credits include Sucker Punch (Royal Court), Sing Yer Heart Out For The Lads (National Theatre) and Soul (Hackney Empire/Royal Derngate).
Denis Lawson returns to Hampstead following sell-out hit The Meeting, last year. Other directing credits include Little Malcolm And His Struggle Against The Eunuchs starring Ewan McGregor (Hampstead Theatre/West End) and The Anniversary starring Sheila Hancock (West End).
The Firm has been kindly supported by the Godwin family.
We catch up with The Firm's Clinton Blake about nativity plays, favourite pubs and the importance of friendship
Full casting announced for Roy Williams' new play, opening Downstairs later this month
We talk to Roy Williams about Angels in America, alternative career choices and his new play The Firm.
Including Terry Johnson's Prism, Nicholas Wright's The Slaves of Solitude and Simon Gray's Cell Mates
First five performances: All tickets £5
Full price: £12
Seniors: £10 (matinee only)
Under 30s and Students: £10
Groups: For every 9 tickets get the 10th free