Duke of York's Theatre

The Son

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The Son Tickets At The Duke Of York's Theatre, London


See The Five-Star Hit Stage Show The Son In London's West End


Olivier, Tony and Molliere award winning ​Florian Zeller’s ​newest show, transfers from the Kiln Theatre, London. After the success of his critically acclaimed works, ​The Father​ and ​The Mother, and the highly successful UK premiere of ​The Son, ​it transfers to London’s ​Duke of York’s Theatre​.


When a family starts to crumble, the son begins to spiral. Nicholas has been ditching school, lying to his family and hiding strange things under his bed. His family are not sure if this is typical adolescent rebellion or should his family be more concerned for his well being?
Nicholas things moving in with his father and his new family might just be the fresh start he needs, but when that doesn’t work he decides that moving back to his mother’s might be the answer.


The West End cast for ​The Son ​transfer will see ​Amanda Abbington​, ​Laurie Kynaston, Amaka Okafor​, and ​John Light ​reprise their roles from the hit Off-West End production.

Please note: The Son deals with issues surrounding mental health in teenagers and contains scenes that some audience members may find upsetting or disturbing.


Book Your Tickets Online At The Official Duke Of York's Theatre Box Office

Age Guidance: 14+ , show contains themes of mental illness and loss.

Running time: 1hr 40min (no interval)
24 August 2019 - 2 November 2019


The Son Cast

Directed by Michael Longhurst

Amanda Abbington
Laurie Kynaston
Amaka Okafor
John Light

Florian Zeller


The Son Reviews


★★★★★ THE DAILY TELEGRAPH - "If you’re looking for a reminder of why theatre matters, this is it."

★★★★★ THE TIMES - "This final part of Florian Zeller’s trilogy is the most powerful of all."


★★★★★ THE OBSERVER - "A compulsive, involving, emotionally stirring evening - theatre’s answer to a page turner."


★★★★★ DAILY MAIL - "Exceptional... Fizzes with raw emotion... It totally blew me away."


★★★★★ THE DAILY TELEGRAPH - "A devastating visceral impact."​


★★★★★ SUNDAY EXPRESS - "One of the finest plays of the past decade."