The Lehman Trilogy (about Lehman Brothers)

Address:
Piccadilly Theatre, Denman Street, Piccadilly Circus, London
Box Office:
0207 478 8800

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
11th May to 3rd August 2019
7 PM (Mon-Sat)
1 PM matinee (Sat)
Running time:
3 hours 20 mins, with interval
Tickets & Cost:
£15 to £100. See atgtickets.com

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Director: Sam Mendes; Written by: Steven Levenson; Cast: (the cast may change on different dates) Simon Russell Beale, Adam Godley, Ben Miles

James Bond director Sam Mendes will be bringing The Lehman Trilogy to the Piccadilly Theatre for a short three-month run.

It begins on a cold September morning in 1844 when a young Bavarian man stands on a New York dockside, dreaming of his new life in America. But roll on 163 years and the firm he helped to establish - Lehman Brothers - has spectacularly collapsed into bankruptcy, triggering one of the largest financial crisis in history.

This is the story of a family and a company that changed the world.

 

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