Much Ado About Nothing Prod Shot

Much Ado About Nothing

Live at
Duke of York's Theatre
Tue 7 Feb - Fri 10 Feb 2023
  Tickets available from £12.00
with no transaction fees
Play
2 hours
Shakespeare’s much-loved comedy meets reality TV romance in a raucous and lyrical adaptation by poet and playwright Debris Stevenson (Poet in da Corner, Royal Court) at the iconic Duke of York’s Theatre in London’s West End.

Duke of York's Theatre

Tue 7 Feb - Fri 10 Feb 2023
104 St Martin's Ln, London WC2N 4BG, UK
2 hours
Tue - Fri at 19:30
Wed, Thu and Fri at 14:00
Age guidance 11+
For group bookings of 10 or more:

Some Cupid kills with arrows, some with traps

Production shot

Josie Daxter (NYT alumna), who has worked extensively with The PappyShow and Complicite, playfully directs this modern-day love story as we go behind the cameras into a loved-up world of gossip, matchmaking and manipulation.

Don’t miss some of Britain’s best young talent taking over the West End with 1000 £10 tickets on sale for this 10th anniversary NYT REP Company production.

Duke of York's Theatre

104 St Martin's Ln, London WC2N 4BG, UK
Leicester Square
The Box Office is open for 90 minutes prior to the performance commencing. See 'What's On' section for performance times
The Duke of York's have two bars to choose from, one on the Stalls and The Terrace Bar on Upper Circle level. The Terrace Bar is offered exclusively to ticket holders an hour and a half prior to curtain up. The bar provides an ambient, relaxing setting enabling you to unwind with specialty cocktails and soft music. There is no better way to take the edge off of your busy day before enjoying a wonderful evening of theatre.
Add that VIP experience to your visit by upgrading your ticket to include access to our excusive Ambassador Lounge. You will be greeted on arrival by one of our dedicated hosts who will escort you to your table. For more information, please contact 0844 871 3022 (Calls cost 7p per minute, plus your phone company's access charge)
There is no cloakroom available at this venue.

The Duke of York’s Theatre opened in 1892, then named the Trafalgar Square Theatre, and was renamed to its current name in 1895 to honour the future King George V. The theatre has housed acclaimed productions since, such as King Lear, and played host to many famous names, including Sir Ian McKellen, Orlando Bloom, Michael Gambon and Jeremy Irons.

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Duke of York's Theatre

Tue 7 Feb - Fri 10 Feb 2023
104 St Martin's Ln, London WC2N 4BG, UK
2 hours
Tue - Fri at 19:30
Wed, Thu and Fri at 14:00
Age guidance 11+
For group bookings of 10 or more: