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Running Time: 2hr 55min
Venue: Garrick Theatre (Book a nearby hotel)
Closing Night: 25/02/2017
Venue Directions: Nearest Tube: Embankment(450m)/Charing Cross(200m)/Leicester Square (200m). Nearest Train: Charing Cross (200m). Parking: Westminter City Council car park at Trafalgar Square and Whitcomb Street. NCP at Upper St Martin’s Lane. There is a taxi rank at Charing Cross.
Seating Plan: Garrick Theatre

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About This House

After two sell-out runs at London’s National Theatre, acclaimed political drama This House transfers to the West End.

The year is 1974, a year when infighting and backstabbing shake the corridors of Westminster. Faced with a hung parliament and an economic crisis, Britain’s political parties mercilessly vie with each other for power and supposedly timeless traditions and allegiances fall by the wayside. When a vote can be won or lost by a single ballot, fisticuffs break out in pubs and ailing MPs are dragged in to vote.

Premièring at the National theatre in 2012 and written by celebrated young playwright and television writer James Graham (The Vote, A History of Falling Things, The Tory Boyz), This House is a buzzing and sharp account of political reality and one that brings the behind the scenes action into the foreground with breathtaking alacrity. The manoeuvring of the whips, the conflict and the coercion is all laid bare. A fiercely witty play, This House perfectly captures the comedy and the tragedy that lie at the heart of our political system.